Monstera

 

Overview

Dutch Designer Tim van de Weerd has invented a new ‘species' of plant pots with his Monstera series; one that liberates the plant from the windowsill and in which plants can regain their natural freedom, even within the interior. The Monstera plant pot, with its 

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Nomad

 

Overview

Nomad is a portable herb planter made from folded fabric. The design is adaptable to a variety of environments with limited space for plants. It can hang from a rope, sit on the coffee table, be transported to the window for more sunlight or the user may choose to only plant one side and hang it on the 

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Voltasol

 

Overview

Potted plants are generally speaking static, rooted to the ground (but not embedded in it). So why not provide them with movement, allowing them to follow the sun's path, to sway in the breeze and grow at will? These are the thoughts that led Xavier Mora and Sandra Compte of Studio BAG Disseny to design a 

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Hedge

 

Overview

Los Angeles-based environmental designer Cora Neil is launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund the production of HEDGE, a collection of colourful, modern hanging planters tailored for urban living.  The collection is notable for its versatility, ease of use, clean geometry, and craftsmanship. The 

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Cumulus Parasol

 

Overview

The Cumulus Parasol is a solar powered parasol that inflates itself when the sun starts shining, created by Studio Toer. Toer's passion is to explore the boundaries of product and spatial design. The designs are a result of their fascination for simple movements and the emotional impact this 

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NYC 2030 DRINKING FOUNTAIN

 

Overview

The NYC 2030 Drinking Fountain envisions a drinking fountain that embraces public drinking water and encourages bottle filling. Inspired by Mayor Bloomberg’s PlaNYC 2030 program to make the city’s amenities more sustainable, the fountain brings design creativity and sustainability to public 

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THEE APPLE

 

Overview

Bird tables are commonly timber objects that are undesirable and prone to decay, so as a result are usually discarded. Bird baths on the other hand are generally beautifully crafted objects or sculptures which become focal points in their surroundings. Thee Apple aims to become both functional and 

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