French design brand Compagnie have launched Tumbleweed; a modern reinterpretation of a trellis that can be stacked vertically or hung horizontally .
Made up of folding tetrahedrons, Tumbleweed is inspired by the rolling bushes found in the desert
The design is the brain child of Parisian architect Jean-Jaques Hubert of h2o architects who wanted to create a design to bring greenery indoors. Tumbleweed is a flat pack product, the individual elements are made of thick CNC-cut cardboard that can be slotted together using carefully positioned eyelets.
By growing climbing plants such as ivy or honeysuckle through Tumbleweed’s frame, you can help to purify the air in the office or home environment. The design is part of is a part of Compagnie’s Cultivated Furniture collection.
Kits containing five pieces are available in in brown or white and can be ordered through Compagnie’s website.
About the manufacturer: Founded in 2004 by architect Jean-François Bellemère, Compagnie is French firm that produces furniture and design objects that are both ethically made and aesthetically pleasing. All products are manufactured in France and distributed in over 15 countries. As well as product manufacture, Compagnie also provides art direction for French and international brands.