Living Pots by Design Nobis
Conceptualized and realized by Turkey-based sustainable design firm Design Nobis, Living Pots are designed to reduce tree consumption in plant growing and cultivation. The sustainable cultivation units can be used for private or public spaces, from individual window boxes to large-scale planters.
Flat-pack Plant Cultivation Unit Wins 2012 Green Dot Dot Award
Made of 100% recyclable and reused materials, Living Pots take advantage of scrap wood, using the slab timber (rounded log pieces) usually shaved off at mills. Besides the wood, Living Pots incorporate bent metal pieces. All these slender components get placed into a flat-pack box, "enabling energy and space efficiency." Easy to assemble, Living Pots are ingenious little puzzle planters, which is why they earned a 2nd prize in the Green Dot Awards Industrial Products category. Even professionals can use them: Living Pots work well for mushroom farming, for example.
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About the Manufacturer: Design Nobis is a sustainable design company specializing in product development, interior design, and graphic design/media. Based in Ankara, Turkey, Design Nobis handles everything from research and concept development to prototyping and production. The firm aims to be a sustainable innovation center.