|English designer David Le Versha has devoted his career to the design and construction of beautiful iron objects inspired by the Victorian era. Together with the Dutch-based brand Revised, Le Versha has transformed the age-old craft techniques of the ironmonger into a high-tech, stainless steel and aluminum portable greenhouses called Bramber and Pease Pottage, both named after villages in the South Downs of south England.|
Bramber uses hardware that allows the safety glass to be replaced if maintenance is required in the future. The mechanism that keeps the glass lid open can also be fixed in all positions. With two handles gardener’s can roll the greenhouse like a wheelbarrow to the ideal spot in the garden. Watering the plants is done by raising the tilting windows to any desired position.
Also on wheels, Pease Pottage opens from the front and can be used indoors or out. Both greenhouse’s stainless steel and aluminum are finished with two layers of powder coating in a choice of three colors: sand, rust, black, and white. Only the paintwork will need to be repainted from time to time. Bramber costs € 2.062 and Pease Pottage costs € 3.302. Architects or retailers interested in these products can contact Revised about trade discounts.
All images courtesy of Revised.