New House of Bamboo & Adam Robinson Design collaboration collection released.

Introducing the PLEAT Collection

Exciting news for everyone who loves the sustainable qualities of bamboo but has been looking for something more contemporary in garden pots, troughs and wall screens.

A new collaboration between the House of Bamboo and Adam Robinson Design has produced the PLEAT collection.

Adam is a leading Sydney Landscape Designer who has been frustrated in his search for “modern shapes in contemporary timber pots or planters” but was unable to find them.

Jennifer Snyders CEO House of Bamboo & Adam Robinson Design

The only designs he could find were “beachy, Hamptons or Cottage Garden style which were not at all appropriate for the modern Australian style outdoor spaces we were creating.”

So he turned to us at the House of Bamboo and found “the answer I was looking for” says Adam.

“Not only is bamboo the perfect material for a contemporary pot design with the warmth and texture of timber, but it’s an eco-friendly, sustainable material too”, Adam said.

Jennifer Snyders, our House of Bamboo CEO, said “a collaboration with Adam was an easy decision”.

She also said, “I saw it as an opportunity to bring the skills of great design together with our experience in bamboo manufacturing to produce an innovative collection of architectural sustainable solutions.”

Jennifer said she felt that “both Adam and I could combine our passions to provide our clients with a product range that ticks all the boxes”.

The new PLEAT collection from House of Bamboo and Adam Robinson Design features a range of pots that are modern and simple with smart architectural detailing. They consist of a square and round pot in two sizes, and a rounded trough also in two sizes, all with a natural finish.

We’ve also designed a decorative wall screen that comes in two different sizes and is also available with a natural finish.

To find out more about the collection, contact our office.

See our complete range of sustainable materials collections here.