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Alberto Sanchez’ Modular ROOTS Planter Rethinks the Traditional Trellis

Posted By Alyssa Alimurung On June 26, 2012 @ 3:40 pm In green Interiors,Transforming Furniture | No Comments

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Tight on space? ROOTS [1] is a vertical modular gardening system by MUT Design [2] that easily fits within practically any space. Inspired by traditional trellises, designer Alberto Sanchez built this vertical system that comes equipped with six beech wood bases, metal lamps, table sections, and porcelain flower pots. The design’s modular structure allows the individual planters to be combined in different ways, and the finished container garden can be as large or small as you like. Customizable options are endless: clip the lamps high above plants or low to shine light on a side table, stack two or three structures together to make an indoor garden, or make one (or two) side tables complete with a flower-pot and lamp.

+ MUT Design [1]


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[1] ROOTS: http://www.mutdesign.com/proyecto.php?id=11

[2] MUT Design: http://www.mutdesign.com

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