Madame Brussels Lane in Melbourne's CBD features our GEM range of street furniture and planters alongside our trough and cube planters with custom timber details. Here we have worked collaboratively with Place Partners to ensure the highest quality finish in colour and design.
Quatro 800mm designer bowls are used on either side of the entry steps for this garden design by Green Rooms Gardens and Landscapes, and tie in beautifully with the reused and freshly painted white 1950's breeze blocks.
Pacific Bondi Beach is a luxury residential Development with a boutique hotel (QT Hotel), and a retail and food precinct. Quatro Design supplied the planters (with custom saucers) for the large open courtyard area within the complex.
The Star, Sydney's only casino, has undergone a recent upgrade which features over 50 Quatro Designer Bowls & Planters installed on the rooftop deck areas. While our large charcoal Designer Bowls are still in place at the front entrance to the building.
Salta, the builders of this contemporary boutique residential development in East Melbourne, chose Quatro trough planters from the 500 modular series, for the balcony areas in this penthouse apartment. For this project, a non-standard oxide colour was chosen for the planters to complement the existing colour scheme.
Australia’s leading manufacturer of GRC (glassfibre reinforced concrete) products for the landscape industry.
At Quatro Design, our dedicated team strives to make the highest quality GRC products - planter boxes, bowl and pot planters, water-features, and street furniture for residential and commercial projects – all at a reasonable price.
Our products are made here in Australia so you deal directly with the manufacturer. Our product range is continually evolving and expanding so you have greater choice and more options.
The recently completed Macquarie Private Hospital in Ryde, Sydney, features a rooftop garden with GRC trough planters supplied by Quatro Design. Taylor Brammer Landscape Architects specified Quatro planters for the project, and...