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Nima Barcelona is Keeping Plants Alive with Its Carmen Pot

 - Mar 18, 2019
References: nimabarcelona & design-milk
Keeping plants alive is one of the challenges of the 21st century — a time when people are preoccupied with being productive and the fast-paced environment makes them forgetful of mundane duties like taking care of one's vegetation, for example. Nima Barcelona — a Catalan design studio, seeks to provide a solution for this through its Carmen plant pot.

The product has an irregular, twisted pentagonal shape. Hence, it is quite interesting to look at, aesthetically speaking. The pot, however, has a higher functional value as it is designed to help consumers in keeping plants alive. A Watair irrigation system is seamlessly incorporated into the design of the vessel, assuring that the vegetation is in "continuous contact with water and the roots [are] permanently oxygenated" for up to three weeks.