Green Thumbs Up

Green Thumbs Up

Pod is a thoughtful indoor gardening system that expands on the trend of growing herbs and veggies in smaller, urban dwellings by making it easier than ever to share and trade produce with friends and neighbors – literally cultivating a sense of community! The plug-and-play system automatically disperses nutrients and H20 in the form of fog rather than liquid, making it cleaner and easier to care for. The modular pods are perfect for trading with friends or creating a custom gift that you’ve grown yourself. See how it works!

0 Designers: Various

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Picto is a versatile and modern twist on the traditional birdhouse. A soft, playful shape and 17 colors to choose from make it an attractive addition to any garden, patio or balcony. Not only is it nice to look at, but the design has greater functionality than other birdhouses. The back features a glass door to observe nesting without disturbing and also makes it super-easy to clean. It’s the shelter of choice for picky feathered friends!

0 Designers: Laure Joye & Nicolas Bonnet

Plant Your Fence!

Plant Your Fence!

This creative modular fence concept takes from the classic archetypical backyard fence shape, reducing it to a metal lattice framework that’s perfect for your favorite climbing vine. Each partition can be “planted” directly in the soil or in pots, making it easy to install to unique specifications. With a little water and patience, you can watch your fence come to life!

0 Designer: Andrea Rekalidis

Furniture for Plants

Furniture for Plants

The inspiration behind the O furniture series came from our human tendency to sporadically place plants and pots at home and was crafted with a top surface perfect for containing these plants. The shallow, sunken top is lined with handcrafted ceramic vessels of different size, balancing and softening the rigid geometry of the console and credenza. Maybe you’re not a fan of indoor plants- the unique structure offers an unusual way of storing a multitude of items from books to knick knacks.

0 Designer: JiB Design Studio

Easy Chemical Free Fertilizing

Easy Chemical Free Fertilizing

The EcoFeed fertilizing system utilize natural material such as compost & nettles to create a liquid fertilizer, known as compost tea, which helps plant growth & prevents disease. Simply add homemade compost into the filter basket & connect the product to your outdoor hose. Hose water running through the tank creates a siphon, mixing the concentrated compost tea with the water which dilutes the mixture for use on plants. No need for harmful chemical fertilizers!

0 Designer: Phil Callaghan

Tree of Light

Tree of Light

There’s something about rainbows and light manipulation that has captivated people throughout time. The Optical Tree by Lisa Pettibone employs the playful optical effects of light bending in an eye-catching system of hand-blown glass spheres, prisms and mirrors in the form of a tubular steel tree that stands out in the garden at the National Trust Property in Lacock, Wltshire.

0 Designer: Lisa Pettibone

World of Worms

World of Worms

Like many kids (and much to my parents dismay), I was mesmerized by worms! The Miniville compost system capitalizes on this obsession, teaching kids the importance of worms and composting through an interactive, modular “city” structure that gives little ones a first-hand look into the process so they can… well… see how worms work!

0 Designers: Various

H2Mow

H2Mow

The innovative Crab lawn mower aims to cut back on both environmental and noise pollution caused by conventional mowers. The hydrogen fuel cell powered mower runs almost silently and is also chemical emission free. A push button start, straightforward controls and simple recharger make it extremely easy to operate for any user. The compact mower’s handle also folds flat onto the body for easy storage or transport.

0 Designers: Otto Polefko and Balazs Botos

No Green Thumb Needed

No Green Thumb Needed

These days, very few people have the outdoor space to garden and grow their own herbs for cooking. The sleek BB Little Garden was designed with urban dwellers in mind and makes it possible to have fresh herbs all year round. Aesthetically and functionally, it’s more like a modern appliance and will blend perfectly in any kitchen.

0 Designer: François-Xavier Martouzet

Hydroponics at Home

Hydroponics at Home

Gardening can be a rewarding and therapeutic activity- unfortunately, many urban dwellers will never get the chance to experience it! Using current hydroponics technology, the Auxano concept was designed to enable city dwellers to grow their own produce effectively and efficiently (and without mess!) within the space constraints of city living. Its innovative oxygenating pump system means no electricity is needed for the product to operate.

0 Designer: Philip Houiellebecq

iGrow Everyday!

iGrow Everyday!

iGrow is an innovative flowerpot that meets the demands of our busy schedules, and satisfies our green thumb. The pot is designed to hold a week’s supply of water that automatically gets absorbed by the plant. The design takes care to avoid open stagnant water (a breeding ground for mosquitoes) and protects from accidental spills. It’s well presented and simple to use, making it ideal for lazy people and folks who travel a lot.

0 Designer: Psychic Factory

Romantic Rake

Romantic Rake

The humble rake gets poetic justice with this beautiful concept called ‘Reverse for Rebirth Romance Rake.’ On one hand the redesign assures you of quickly raked-up yards and on the other, it hopes to spice up your living space as an iconic wall decoration. Of course this means you will have to clean the rake-teeth and then display them! Fancy!

0 Designers: Ahn Joonggeun, Lee Sanghyuk, Lee Jaemin & Park Seohee

The Rake Protector

The Rake Protector

The rake can be a useful tool for cleaning up your lawn or garden, but it can also be quite cumbersome when you’re storing or moving it. The simple-named Rake concept offers a solid solution that makes this tool easier to manage. An ABS polymer sheath that extends from the handle protects the stainless steel “teeth” when it’s not in use and keeps them from getting tangled up with your other tools – simply place a foot on the triangle and push to start using!

0 Designer: Jackie Sasson

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