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Daniel Zeller’s Terrarium Desktop Brings a Bit of Plant Life to the Daily Grind
Posted By Y. Van On February 4, 2013 @ 5:00 pm In Gardening,green furniture,Reader Submitted Content | 1 Comment
Bored with the long and cold winters in Norway, product developer Daniel Zeller  created the Terrarium Desktop  to add some green plants  to his everyday work experience. The design is inspired by garden furniture and combines the beauty of rustic wood and modern glass. The tabletop consists of tempered glass and the plants are placed inside a drawer for easy watering access.
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