Right off the bat, people will be able to tell that although InVaso by Stefano Claudio Bison, an industrial designer based in Italy, is shaped like a traditional terracota planter, there is nothing traditional about it. The material used to make it is sponge--the same kind of sponge someone would use to wash their car with. Although quite unconventional, sponges are meant to hold water, which is a key element for vases and planters.
InVaso by Stefano Claudio Bison is available in a variety of vibrant colors, which is due in large part to the sponges available in stores. It adds a fun texture to people's homes while greatly enlivening the look of the plant's themselves.
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