tripot

TriPot born to concentrate all the attention in the center. Plants, stationery or whatever you love looks great on the center of TriPot. Three pots combined on different sizes and heights. A pack of three levels. Cork protection on bottom.
photo: Judith de Graaff

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flat house plants

An exploration of house plants as a category of furniture objects. This project turns them into flat aesthetic props while leaving their whole structure exposed.
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vertical flowerpot stand

Having the natural phototropism as a reference, the vertical flowerpot stand Trees60 is born, from the growth mechanism that plants such as sunflowers have to orientate themselves towards the light.

“A part form the initial planning, the iconic level achieved is surprising” – Javier Arregui García
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i am a flower pot

I know flowerpots don’t talk, but I’ve got a lot to say. I’m called Voltasol because I have the gift of mobility. Yes, I’ve been specially designed to move according to the trajectory of the sun (which explains my particular inclination) in order to promote the movement of plants and help them grow better.
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ma-ce-ta

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Ma-ce-ta is composed by three pieces that jointly placed create a nice combination. In addition, if we place several pieces together, we get a tridimensional area that fits to any individual garden area.
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sprout

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Sprout is an object that passes on energy. It displays life as a circular system. In a fast paced society, life is often viewed as linear. As with the ecosystems in forests, energy constantly transforms and therefore lives forever. By creating balance between nitrogen and carbon, Sprout will gradually break down and serve as nutrition for a plant. After being in the pot for a year, the plant will have grown too big for the pot and it will be time to relocate Sprout and its plant outside. In the ground it will serve as a vital source of nutrition for years to come.
Project by Auður Inez Sellgren

 

viride

Viride/ Atelier Phorbe

These planters named viride were created so that we are more often, daily, in contact with live plants. The furniture is not as inert.
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grow pots

grow pots / hallgeir homstvedt

The rounded silhoute of the Grow pots balance on an apparently ordinary piece of wood. The shape of the pots grow from the tangent point and all the way up, providing plenty of internal space to grow herbs and plants. The grow series is ideal for a little home garden of herbs and creating various installations with the pots.
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simply flower

simply flower/adamandsamlove

O how we love multi functionality which translates always into sustainability of designed objects, that tend to last much longer and serve double or multi functions.
This is a vase, a planter and a planter stand all one product.
Designed by a duo design team of Adam Cigler and Samuel Cigler.
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self watering planter

self watering planter/ Joey Roth

A self-watering planter for use indoors or out. Made from naturally porous unglazed earthenware.
Dimensions: 8 diameter x 6 height. Soil capacity: 2.5 liters. Water capacity: 0.4 liters. Designed for up to three herbs or six succulents.
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