The vegetable proteins that can be obtained from algae have now become more accessible to the average consumer thanks to an initiative from ecoLogicStudio called the BioBombola.
This new project enables consumers to grow algae in their home, giving individuals access to the sustainable plant protein. Additionally, cultivating this in one's space has air freshening benefits as algae absorbs carbon dioxide with more effectiveness than traditional household plants. The BioBomola is a harvesting kit for spirulina, which offers a host of health benefits for the consumer.
In addition to serving a benefit to the consumer, this piece was created as an artful showcasing of the intersection of nature and technology, specifically in a domestic setting.
Image Credit: Designboom, ecoLogicStudio
Photo Credits: designboom, ecologicstudio