The Urban Greenhouses Provides Support for Green Thumbs

By: Meghan Young - Published: Nov 16, 2011 • References: saatchi-gallery & psfk
Plants often need extra support the larger they grow, and the Urban Greenhouses provides that in a very chic manner. Not only does it provide support in a stylish way, it also help plants grow even more, allowing them to flourish rather than letting them slump depressingly on windowsills.

Designed by Audrey Charré, Clémentine Schmidt and Luc Beaussart, three students from the School of Art and Design in Reims, France, the Urban Greenhouses are quite simple. In fact, it borrows elements from the two dimensional fad that swept through the industrial design industry a few months ago. Made of colored metal rods, the Urban Greenhouses look like mini versions of modern buildings. Encasing flowers and trees with the Urban Greenhouses also draws attention to each and every plant. Stats for Helpful Planter Wireframes Trending: Older & Chilly
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