October 3, 2013
July 27, 2013
The word “Opus” refers to creation or works of art, an encompassing, open-to-interpretation definition that suited what Marissa Pretorius hoped to do with her life.
“I did not want to be bound by the name, but rather have a creative … Read More…
May 18, 2013
April 11, 2013
Conceived as part wine rack and part hydroponics, a hydroponic bottle wall garden will spout from April 7-24 in the lower bar of a local Cornell University campus area venue, Stella’s Bar and Restaurant.
Architecture students Peter Gudonis and Carly Dean, recipients … Read More…
April 8, 2013
We love multi-functional objects that transform themselves for different functions–they are perfect for small spaces and urban gardens.
Like the new Rebirth Pod, a biodegradable flower vase which becomes a planter when turned upside down. You might start indoors using … Read More…
March 15, 2013
Winter’s chill may still be here, but with designer Tina Leung’s Flood Vase, one can literally bring the outdoors inside–in fact, a whole indoor planted mini metropolis.
Flood is the first in a series of architecturally influenced stone-effect resin vases … Read More…
March 8, 2013
March 6, 2013
Gardening meets architecture and art in Tumbleweed, a modular plant trellis system composed of folded epoxy painted steel and aluminum strips which interact in space as a living work of art, a sculpture that supports the cultivation of indoor plants.
Architect Jean-Jaques Hubert of Paris-based … Read More…
January 30, 2013
December 3, 2012
Cable tie stitching joins together the modular shelving units for Melbourne designer Alex O’Connell’s Cross-It system.
The 600h x 600w x 200d boards have circular cut-outs to accept flower pots, making it nice for indoor plants (though I would make sure they … Read More…