Relax, Breathe Easy

Breathe Easy is an aeroponic growing system designed to improve home air quality. It utilizes toxin absorbing plants that clean the air and add humidity. It also doesn’t hurt to bring some of nature’s green indoors too. The plants are held in place by magnetic seals in the top opening. It’s a little confusing since the renders don’t say much but the familiar gel based nutrient substrate is tried and true. As an added touch, a row of LED lights line the bottom for some nice ground effects.

In recent years, numerous reports have surfaced pointing out all the poisons that linger in our air indoors. You’re really not to blame. It’s just most homes have poor air circulation. No matter how hard architects try, they can’t plan for variables like appliances and furniture, both of which contribute to the problem. Breathe Easy is an attempt (we’ve seen similar before) to address this problem in a natural way. Like previous concepts – the system isn’t self sustaining since plants require care, no matter how automated the system. My issue with the Breathe Easy are the exposed plant roots. To make it worse, the LED lights illuminate the root system, not the beautiful orchids above.

Designer: Paul Thomas

35 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    i love plant designs!

  • idea-cool says:

    good design!i love it!

  • Vesta says:

    very good design !

  • Carl says:

    illuminated root systems what a crock. what is wrong with a plant pot for 10p? soil from the garden, light from the sun and water from the clouds. how can anyone say this is a good idea.? ultrasonic fog making unit, extractor fans seriously pull your head out the fog and get real. this is not hating. its your wake up call.!!!

    • KwangErn says:

      For starters, many prefer plants inside the house.

      I think it’s a great product! It has potential! Though I wonder which type of plants are compatible with it. As not all plants have the same methods in nurturing. Orchids don’t grow well with lots of water, for instance.

  • alimiraiz says:

    hi
    thank u
    its very nice
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    bey.

  • nicole says:

    I’d so buy one of those!

  • Shannon Braswell says:

    Can someone tell me how to get one of these. Thaaaaaank You!!!!

  • james says:

    its over engineered. its too much in a plant pot.

    also retard you dont like the roots? i think the whole point of it is to see the roots. its just a shame the lights are so lame….. and ugly. it coulda been done better.

  • tammie says:

    I am workling ona new green building and these plants woudl be perfect to help with the “green” concept. How do I buy them?

  • Marina says:

    Does any know where I can buy it?

  • JEFEC says:

    Has any one figured out where to buy this from? I need it ASAP!

  • lady says:

    I would have to say that it is a good concept, however, it could use some tweaks. I think that the LED lights in the bottom are no good, I know that orchid roots are usually open in air, but letting them be the main focus is kind of a dumb idea. I would have a few LED’s floating above the foliage. Adding wood in the green area for the roots to attach too would be more “green” I think and aesthetically pleasing.

  • Will says:

    I like the idea for growing the plants. Orchids are Epiphytic in the first place so they don’t really belong in soil. but does anyone think this stuff actually removes toxins from the air?

    I would love to contact anyone who can find a link to the science behind this toxin removal stuff.

  • Totò says:

    It looks beautiful and clever… please tell me how i can get it and the recommended price if any? I live in Turin, Italy.

  • Totò says:

    It looks beautiful and clever… please tell me how i can get it and the recommended price if any? I live in Turin, Italy.

  • Tim says:

    I wonder how many people have tried to use one of these to grow weed.

  • Tim says:

    I wonder how many people have tried to use one of these to grow weed.

  • nikkiv969 says:

    How would one purchase such an item..?!

  • Sadaf says:

    Love this!
    How do I buy this product?

  • Frank says:

    really REALLY hard to read white type.

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