Landscape Pottery

With an aim to augment landscapes, IGA uses pottery of different kinds, made out of different materials, catering to different needs. The design of these involve careful study of the landscape where they will be housed with a view to create pots that will simply flow with the environment adding volumes of space appeal. Our pots are strong statements of art that function as a prelude to the premise



Materiality is an important aspect of any form. IGA makes landscape pots available to its clients in four different materials to choose from as per their need

Fibre Reinforced Plastic, also known as Fibre Reinforced Polymer (FRP) is the generic term for a uniquely versatile family of is composite materials made of a polymer matrix reinforced with fibres, used in everything from chemical plants to luxury powerboats
Ferrocement or ferro-cement is a form of a composite material made of cement mortar and layers of wire mesh or similar small diameter steel mesh closely bound together to create a stiff structural form
Terracotta is a brownish-red clay that has been baked and is used for making things such as flower pots, small statues, and tiles. The term Terracotta is also used to describe things that are brownish-red in colour.
Glass Reinforced Concrete, also known as Glassfibre reinforced concrete is a type of fibre-reinforced concrete. Glass fibers are used as reinforcement to concrete to make the overall material stronger, lighter, and more flexible.


Our landscape pottery collection is available in five different colours. The colours have been carefully selected to add dimension to the form of the pot that will inturn add aesthetic value to the space.