There’s no denying 6sqft is a huge fan of incorporating greenery into the living space, b
There’s no denying 6sqft is a huge fan of incorporating greenery into the living space, both for their aesthetic appeal and numerous health benefits, so we’re always on the lookout for new ways to house our favorite green friends. The latest innovation is Livi, a modern take on the traditional flower pot that uses Biomimicry to create self-adhering pads that replicate the way frogs’ feet attach to glass or other smooth surfaces. Livi’s fancy feet add life and functionality to the flower pot, allowing you to position your plants on both vertical and horizontal surfaces.
The four support arms and the overall shape of Livi are creature-like, an aesthetic intended by the project creators to change the way we view plants and emphasize that they are living entities as well.
The little planters do not require assembly and are ready to attach to a window or any other surface with a slight push. The pads of each are equipped with an innovative material that uses nanotechnology to easily bond with smooth surfaces over and over without loosing its stickiness.
Each Livi unit comes complete with a 2-inch pot and plastic dropper pipette.
The company behind the design is currently raising money via Kickstarter, and you can support their project and get your very own planter starting at just $12. Check out their process and order your Livi here.
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