Horticus is showcasing its indoor dwelling wall system as a part of the Dezeen x Planted collaboration throughout this yr’s London Design Competition.
Designed by Horticus to convey vegetation into small indoor areas, the system combines a hexagonal metallic trellis body that’s screwed to a wall with hexagonal terracotta plant pots.
“By specializing in our need to nurture our fastidiously grown houseplants, Horticus rethought the dwelling wall; made it extra versatile, added life-style options and stored the follow of cultivation,” stated the model.
Horticus’s modular system can create indoor dwelling partitions
The system of tessellating hexagons implies that small or massive inexperienced partitions could be created, with extra models added when required. Because the models are modular, vegetation could be rearranged and changed in response to the proprietor’s necessities.
“The Horticus terracotta plant pots could be lifted out and in of the body for simple repotting or rearranging. The planters may also be watered in situ by a grid of watering holes,” stated the model.
The small equipment comprises one body and three terracotta planters
For these wanting so as to add a bit vegetation right into a room the Small Package comprises one powder-coated metal body and three terracotta planters. For extra bold indoor gardens the Medium Package comprises six planters and three frames, the Giant Package comprises 12 planters and 6 frames and the Further Package has 24 planters and 12 frames.
Dezeen x Planted
Web site: www.horticusliving.com
Planted is a modern design occasion that goals to reconnect cities with nature, which is able to make its bodily debut as a part of London Design Competition alongside an internet trailer for subsequent yr’s principal occasion.
The Planted x Dezeen collaboration presents a collection of initiatives by worldwide designers that align with the beliefs of the Planted design occasion.