Natural objects and artificial ones tend to be categorized on opposite ends of the spectrum, so it's very unusual to see an item like Second Growth by Omer Deutsch. Essentially part working computer and part flower pot, this peculiar product strikes an incredible balance within a room.
The truly imaginative designer conceived the hardware of this odd electronic in a way that allows unconventional flexibility. It's processor, memory and graphics card all exist as removable inserts that can be plugged snugly into the suspended machine, but each rectangular port is surrounded in a soft bed of nutrient-rich soil.
Because the terminal is best installed against a wall or hanging from the ceiling, climbing plants like vines make the best accompanying greenery for Second Growth by Omer Deutsch. The user is even encouraged to water the vegetation, since this innovative hybrid device uses H2O to cool its components.