Trito is a year-end project that takes up the value of the object as a design element to thank the collaborators and customers for their support and closeness to the firm. The initiative and design of Sergio Portillo, manages to capture in the object the simple shape of the rectangle trapezoid in revolution: the truncated cone. Representing the same premise of design of ASP, the subtlety and simplicity with which Trito is born extracts and alludes to the term 'tritóstilo' that means 'column that accentuates or marks thirds of the shaft', used in columns of the Mexican baroque and that, as design resource was employed in the creation of this plant pot. The creation of the object was carried out through a careful design process that ranged from the beginning of the first ideas, the technical design of the object, the 3D printing of the model to the manufacture in apparent concrete in two tones: light gray and dark gray. Designed to house plants of small size, the selected species manage to integrate to the shape and design of the plant pot, being those a finishing element for the same object. Due to its size and versatility, it can be integrated into any space in which it is placed, always marking itself as a small design element that accentuates and harmonizes.