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Posted By NK On November 7, 2005 @ 6:02 am In Botanical,Design,Green Products,Innovation,Interactive Objects | 9 Comments
As part of its 2004 “Sense and Simplicity”  project, Philips has devoted the development of many new products to simplifying the way we live. Many of these products have come about as responses to straightforward questions, such as the LED bulbs  we profiled earlier. Recognizing the beneficial effects that home grown herbs have on health, wellbeing, and home cooking, the “Herbarium”  is a design concept that makes growing herbs on your windowsill as automated and easy as making a pot of coffee – even for the non-botanically-inclined.
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URLs in this post:
 “Sense and Simplicity”: http://www.presslink.nl/philipssimplicity/
 LED bulbs: http://www.inhabitat.com/entry_714.php
 + Philips Simplicity Project: http://www.newscenter.philips.com/About/article-15114.html
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