Self-Sustaining Ecosystems For Urban Spaces

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There are plenty of urban spaces where plants can’t thrive, from basements to restaurants or hotels, either because there are no windows or the light reaching the interior is not enough for plants to grow healthily. There are also many people who don’t want to buy a plant for their apartment, simply because they think it would need too much maintenance. The Mygdal planter solves both of these problems, but it also offers a fresh and innovative take on modern lighting design. The creation of Studio We Love Eames, Mygdal is a completely self-sustaining ecosystem which will never require maintenance from the owner. The glass vessel features a LED light that replicates sunlight in a miniature form, creating a balanced system where plants can perform photosynthesis. They grow and thrive, without needing water or care, bringing a touch of nature into modern spaces. Apart from being a very convenient planter, Mygdal has a beautiful and minimalist design which brings together glass, organic matter, and light, adding a focal point to any décor. The planters provide a perfect opportunity to bring nature into windowless, concrete rooms or large areas where the sun can’t reach, transforming the entire space in the process.

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