The tulip was already revered in Persia around 1050 BC, where this flower decorated the gardens of Isfahan and Baghdad. The tulip had great symbolic significance for the Persians and was synonymous with perfection and eternity.
Tulpi-Arabesque was not only inspired by the tulip but also by typical Arabic ornaments, scripts and mosques. Like minarets, its shape is slender and elegant, seeming to come directly from the stories of 1001 nights.
It comprises a solid round steel stem with a tubular frame. A ring for garbage bags ensures a large waste capacity. The whole unit is surrounded by two curved composite petals.