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Recycled POTOGREEN Planters Disguise Parisian Parking Poles as Mini Gardens!

Posted By Tafline Laylin On August 13, 2011 @ 12:10 am In Botanical,Design,Eco-Inspiration,Features,Gardening and Plants,Urban design | 1 Comment

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The planters are made in part from recycled milk containers [2] and fabric recovered from tents that are made by people undergoing rehabilitation at Emmaus, realizing, according to Kingleur, a further two dimensions of the POTOGREEN project; namely sustainable development and economic solidarity. The aluminum inside the milk containers ensures that the planters won’t leak, while the exterior canvas [3] keeps them nice and dry. Shop owners, residents, school children, and other citizens are invited to get their very own planter and reclaim their favorite urban space!

+ Paris Label [4]

images via Anne Mazauric, Carine Tedesco, and Paule Kingleur

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[1] Image: http://inhabitat.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2011/08/Paris-label-planters-6.jpg

[2] recycled milk containers: http://inhabitat.com/design-by-them-transforms-used-milk-containers-into-butter-furniture/

[3] exterior canvas: http://inhabitat.com/i-am-not-a-plastic-bag/notaplasticbagjpg/

[4] + Paris Label: http://www.parislabel.com/

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