If someone told you that every home in the future would have its own farm smack dab in the middle of the living room, that’d be a hard sell, wouldn’t it?! When you see this design called Aeva, however, it becomes a little easier to believe. Designed to blend in with your existing home atmosphere, this is what happens when Scandinavian design values meet modern hydroponics.
Elegantly crafted from fine wood, chrome, and other premium materials, it nudges our preconceptions about how hydroponic systems should look scientific. The traditional credenza-style bottom looks familiar while the upper portion looks entirely contemporary. All of the working components are neatly tucked away and efficiently organized while the user’s favorite herbs and veggies add a touch of green to their living space.
Designers: Conner Tidd & Kevin Jakiela for Inertia
The all-in-one system is capable of growing kale, spinach, herbs, tomatoes, strawberries – and just about anything else that you feel like growing 365 days a year.