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These 3D-Printed Plant Pots are Shaped Like Middle Eastern Villas

 - Jul 8, 2016
References: thingiverse & 3dprint
While there are hundreds of designs for succulent planters on the market, none are quite as unique and detailed as these 3D-printed ones by designer Yuriy Sklyar. Sklyar was inspired by the forms of Middle Eastern villas and set out to create a series of novel planters with Tinkercad and the MakerBot Replicator.

The files for these 3D-printed succulent planters have been shared by Sklyar on both Tinkercad and Thingiverse.

Since 3D printers give makers the ability to create highly detailed forms on a small scale, home decor pieces like vases, lamps and decorative bowls have the potential to adopt entirely new forms that are highly imaginative and sculptural, as well as still fully functional.