Ancient Architecture-Inspired Vases

Ancient Architecture-Inspired Vases

Babilus is inspired by the architecture of ancient cities, temples and altars, resonating human kind’s aspiration for verticality. As a series, the vessels illustrate an ancient city’s skyline, while each one stands alone as a functional product with a powerful presence that strikes the imagination. The series comes in 4 different sizes: a vase for a single flower, for a bouquet, or for a small plant. Each combines natural materials like bamboo and chipboard with Corean manipulated to resemble stone. Built layer by layer, the resulting character has a raw, rich and vivid texture.

0 Designer: Nir Meiri Design Studio

Not Your Mama's Flowerpot

Not Your Mama’s Flowerpot

The Water Recycling Flowerpot makes the rest seem BASIC! Using a unique double-hallow structure, it’s able to recycle the leftover water that remains in the pot after watering. Water is stored inside the inner wall, preventing overwatering yet ensuring hydration. The water inside evaporates and condenses into droplets that fall back to the soil, creating the process of recycled irrigation. Made of crystal-clear glass, it’s fun and easy to see exactly what’s going on inside!

0 Designers: JiaChen Du, YangHan Wang, WenZai Ye

As If Bonsais Couldn't Be More Beautiful

As If Bonsais Couldn’t Be More Beautiful

The Kasokudo Bonsai Planter is a stunning fusion of form and function that’s only made better when it becomes home to a living sculpture. Referencing speed forms and manufacturing processes in automotive design, the piece juxtaposes movement applied to what is usually a peacefully static object. It implies acceleration but effortlessly floats to house the bonsai, evoking a perfect balance of dynamic harmony. Made to order so hit up the designer for yours!

0 Designer: Adrian Magu

Guerilla Gardening

Guerilla Gardening

For those who don’t know it, Guerilla Gardening is a livewire concept that sees folks planting and sowing seeds in abandoned plots or unlicensed places. The idea stems from the cottonseed story of Moon Ik Jeom, the first Korean Guerilla Gardener. The tool showcased here is a handy one that is discreet enough for such operations.

0 Designers: Min Jeong Kim, Ga Young Tak and Min Jeong Choi

Cooking Starts In The Garden

Cooking Starts In The Garden

It would be so easy to have your own vegetable patch to source fresh veggies and herbs from. There are two main obstacles though: lack of space and lack of a green thumb. To solve these two issues we have here the “Little Helper’ a cultivation pot with a combining app. The idea behind it is to help us grow and harvest our own vegetables and eat healthier (think GMO and Pesticides). I quite agree!

0 Designer: Rita Moreira

Wall-gami for Plants

Wall-gami for Plants

Origami Planters by Verde Veil are a fun, simple, affordable and eco-friendly way to spruce up a wall with your favorite plants! The unique folding design ships flat and easily folds into a 3D container in seconds. Composed of biodegradable, recyclable PPC plastic, they’re safe for both your plants and the earth! Combine different colors to create a custom-made wall garden or use a single unit to liven up bare walls. Check out the video to see it come to life —>

0 Designer: Verde Veil

TouchOfModern 5 Weeks of Discovery: Week 1 – UrbMat Guided Garden

TouchOfModern 5 Weeks of Discovery: Week 1 – UrbMat Guided Garden

The innovative flash sale site TouchOfModern is back again this year, with the intention of making shopping for gorgeous design and gadgets a whole lot more fun. In this five-part Monday Madness series, we have compiled a compelling list of five products that are perfect as a treat for yourself or as a gift for someone you love, with a myriad of selections for multiple personality types.

0 Designer: UrbnEarth [ Buy it Here ]

Urban Nature Redefined

Urban Nature Redefined

Cella is a specially constructed planter pod made of flexible, lightweight plastic to house moss and small plug plants. Cella creates a microclimate where they will thrive both indoors and outdoors. Its 3D voronoi shape was adapted specifically for moss which gets all its nutrients from the air and doesn’t require soil. The versatile structure can be attached to any wall, hanged from the ceiling, or rest on any surface. There are no limits to your urban landscaping vision!

0 Designer: Ecoid

Grass Printer For Lawnly Creatives

Grass Printer For Lawnly Creatives

Move over dot matrix, because here comes the grass matrix. The Grass Printer is an automated mower that lets you create messages and art on your lawn. The mower’s smaller sized blades (resolution matters!) can selectively cut the grass to recreate whatever you sketch on its touchscreen. Small motors move the cutter shaft horizontally and vertically to create the selective trimming. The area of the art is defined by four sensors placed at each corner. Get one for yourselves and create the mother of all status messages. Of course on grass!

0 Designers: Prof. Doh Han Young, Jeong Koo Hee & Kim Min Hong

Cloudy With A Chance of Fun

Cloudy With A Chance of Fun

Play rain god to your potted perennials. Peleg Design’s ‘Rainmaker’ watering head lets you attach a cute nimbus cloud onto that water filled cola bottle. All that is left to do, is to command, “let there be rain”. And your violets would turn rose in adulation. I wish they came with battery powered lightning bolts too. Check out the video below to see how ‘Rainmaker’ puts the soon into Monsoon.

0 Designer: Peleg Design

The Elegant Simplicity Of Growing Plants

The Elegant Simplicity Of Growing Plants

Like many, I tend to bury my green-thumb aspirations because I don’t have the time or the expertise to manage houseplants. I was looking for tools that could help people like me grow more than just those good-luck bamboo plants when I found the OPUS GARTEN. Michael Good, the man behind the successful Kickstarter BIGrootcup Campaign is out with this new line of indoor gardening products that promise to make indoor gardening fun and easy. Let’s look at in-depth.

0 Designer: Micheal Good of good3studio [ Buy it Here ]

Guerilla Gardening Starbucks Style

Guerilla Gardening Starbucks Style

Envisioned as a conceptual design for where Starbucks as a brand may be in 2025, the The Starbucks ‘SeedPod’ is the new-age tactic for Guerilla Gardening. As per Freddie’s vision, The ‘Seed Pods’ will be given away at Starbucks location together with free seeds, which are meant for planting in the local community. The aim is to aid replanting areas and aligns with Starbucks sustainable policy.

0 Designer: Freddie Jordan

Puzzle Pots

Puzzle Pots

Generic terracotta and cement planter pots do little to save space with their conical shapes, making them less than ideal for compact living spaces. The Ma-ce-ta series resolves this issue with a collection of pots in varied size and geometric shape that fit together like a puzzle. The modular series makes it possible to create an indoor garden that’s custom-taylored to spatial requirements while it’s clean, minimal, white aesthetic compliments a variety of interior styles.

0 Designer: Design Pott

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