The Teracrea TV Can Replace Your Wall-Mounted Flatscreen with Something Livelier

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Mar 14, 2013 • References: teracrea & yankodesign
What you have with the Teracrea TV is one part planter, one part artwork and one part illuminator. The unique fixture would effectively brighten up any indoor or outdoor space with a warm glow and a lovely contained garden while occupying minimal space.

Designer Fabio Bortolani conceived the rectangular boxes of rotational molding so that they function as deep frames with generous gaps around their inner edges. In the space at the bottom, a trough-like flower pot nestles snugly and contains soil to support the roots of your chosen greenery. This arrangement makes the Teracrea TV a sort of unconventional vase or a mounted mini garden. In the gap at the top of the perimeter, a low-voltage neon tube lightbulb irradiates the leaves below and throws soft rays about its surroundings. Stats for Lush Light Boxes Trending: Older & Mild
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