Freeing up desk space and improving upon air quality, these contemporary hanging planters are sure to brighten up the office environment.
The Statera desk tidy by Italian design research group Fabrica doubles as a desktop planter. The two ceramic containers are suspended by a black wire framework mounted on a stone base that can be used for tidying away desk clutter.
The net structure of the Lucille planter by Berlin studio llot llov is a reinterpretation of the traditional 1970s macrame planters. The airy structure provides a trellis for the plant to grow up and wrap its tendrils around while the hand blown glass flowerpot reveals the plant's ordinarily hidden roots and soil.
The upside down Boskke Sky Planter is fitted with an internal reservoir system that feeds water gradually to the plant roots. A simple locking disc and piece of mesh holds the upside down plant and soil in place. The design saves space, conserves water and improves air quality.
Brooklyn-based Farrah Sit's Hanging Ceramic Planters hang from vegetable-tanned leather straps which are fastened to the high fired porcelain pots with decorative brass screws.