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The MUT 'Roots Gardens' is a Solution to Keep Flowerpots Organized

By: Ana Lopez - Published: • References: mutdesign & industrialdesignserved
As urban areas continue to grow, it becomes harder to have gardens at home, which is why the MUT 'Roots Gardens' design finds room by developing a vertical solution. The Spanish design studio created a way to organized flowerpots in an infinite structure that is composed of vertical modules.

The Alberto Sanchez design works as a framework that has a series of multiple legs to form a 120 degree angle, which can be united to organize and decorate a garden. Made of beech wood, the design comes with a great variety of structures and furniture-like tables and lamps to elegantly enhance every space.

The MUT 'Roots Gardens' design is simple, but has a very sophisticated structure that gives garden-lovers multiple heights and compositions to make theirs houses more eco-friendly. Stats for Growing Modular Gardens Trending: Older & Average
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