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Ikebana, the art and the aqueduct system characterize modern planters
If you think gardening is boring, you want to change your mind when you see these beautiful planters modern planters are inspired by two different ideas -. One of the old Japanese Ikebana floral art and the other on the use of the system Water of antiquity. Both models are true works of art and have been shown in the most prestigious design exhibitions.
Modern Planters - Water System by Evan Gant
This aqueduct system mini modular planters are designed by Evan Gant. This is an interesting collection of mini-planter, which allows a large number of different configurations. As you can see, the water is transferred through the pipes to the other from one pot to make the plant at the base.
Of course, you can a large plant flowers in these vessels do not grow, only succulents and plants that require little ground floor and easy to maintain. The system can be purchased for $ 75, which is a lot, given the small size of the pot.
The Roman aqueduct at home
Mini plastic Aqueduct
nice design for the kitchen window
Modern Planters - Ikebana shells Hanna Kruse
The name speaks for itself, does not it? Soe Cup and the Toko & Noma Ikebana is a collection of shells Hanna Kruse. The fine art of Ikebana Blumenarrangieren inspired designer. The elegant rooms are made of wire, ceramic, steel and copper and try to embody the ancient Japanese tradition. Cups and bowls offer flexible support for plants and flowers without having to hold it firmly in the ground. This collection was presented during the year Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan.
Nama Toko shells and Ikebana
Collection Cup Soe