Garden Module by Luisa + Lilian Parrado

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Born out of a desire to create a simple and accessible green wall system, the Garden Module combines clever design and function with simple geometry and clean lines. Designed by the multidisciplinary Luisa + Lilian Parrado studio, the modular system rethinks the use of traditional materials and design concepts while allowing the user to create a one-of-a-kind green wall.

The design features steel tubes connected by polypropylene string, providing flexibility and plenty of customization possibilities at the same time. Whether installed in a linear design, a cluster or a distinctive shape, the modules encourage creativity and user interaction. Concrete shelves offer optimum support for potted plants, adding a modern accent and a gorgeous texture to the installation at the same time. Without requiring screws or other connecting pieces, the triangular modules help the user create green walls in an easy way. They also suit both indoor and outdoor use. Garden Module won the bronze prize at the 2017 European Product Design Awards. Photography by Bruna Hosti. Via v2com.

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