Italian design studio Dossofiorito has conceived an elaborate contraption that is designed to increase the quality of human-plant interaction. Scientific studies have shown that having plants around and interacting with them is good for overall health and well-being. With this in mind, Dossofiorito invented the ‘phytophiler,' a pot with additional attachments and features that allow people to observe and interact with plants in stimulating ways.
The contraption includes a series of holes around the circumference of the planter section. These holes allow for various accessories to be attached. These attachments include a magnifying glass that allows you to accurately observe leaves, mirrors to offer complete views of the plants and multiply their beauty and an add-on garden which extends shrubs outwards to make them look like trees overlooking a a field. All of these attachments are included to help plant-lovers experience a heightened level of human-plant interaction.
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These Pots’ Accessories Encourage Human-Plant Interaction
1. Interactive Plant Accessories - The trend towards interactive accessories for plant pots promotes more engagement and attentiveness for plant lovers.
2. Human-plant Interaction - This trend of developing innovative ways to increase human-plant interaction promotes the health and well-being of people.
3. Multifunctional Pots - Designers are creating multifunctional pots that serve not only as planters, but also as interactive tools that enhance plant care.
1. Gardening and Landscaping Supplies - Suppliers of gardening and landscaping materials should offer interactive accessories for plant pots to attract customers and provide a better gardening experience.
2. Home Decor - Home decoration brands can incorporate interactive plant pots as a unique and modern way to incorporate plant life in interior design.
3. Science and Wellness Products - The science and wellness industry can promote the benefits of human-plant interaction and partner with designers to develop innovative products like the phytophiler pot.