Pithos Public Trash Can

Street Furniture Design Award Winner.
Awarded for Good Street Furniture Design.

Pithos Public Trash Can
by Nikolaos Baskozos

  • Awarded April 15, 2019
  • CLIENT: Nikolaos Ikaros Baskozos
  • 5.834
This litter bin design subtly refers to the form of an ancient Greek jar. The design approach is abstract and simple. Fiber reinforced concrete and stainless steel are the two materials used for the construction of this object. To replace the bin bag, at first, one has to open the stainless steel lid. A shutter of the waste hole prevents rainwater from entering the bin.

This litter bin design subtly refers to the form of an ancient Greek jar. The design approach is abstract and simple. Fiber reinforced concrete and stainless steel are the two materials used for the construction of this object. To replace the bin bag, at first, one has to open the stainless steel lid. A shutter of the waste hole prevents rainwater from entering the bin.

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