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Monstera Pots by Tim van de Weerd

Monstera liberates plants from the windowsill.

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Details: Designed by Tim van de Weerd, the Monstera-plant pot has long ornate roots that extend downwards from the main container up top. Bent by hand, the organic-like roots are covered with epoxy clay and finished with a thick layer of white, high gloss lacquer. The result is a design that looks fragile but is unexpectedly strong and stable.

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“The design casts a new light on the otherwise rigid and oppressive traditional plant pot. The Monstera-plant pot – with its ornate roots – is an extension of the plant – rather than a separate object.” says the designer.

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One thought on “Monstera Pots by Tim van de Weerd

Hello!

This is great! It reminds me of the extraterrestrial creatures from war of the worlds! But honestly: Is this compatible with cats? I am very interested in porcelain because I work for the Austrian developer Arte Viva (we sell plates and cups and so on) – but compared to these pots our products seem rather boring to me.

LG, thanks for this product tip – and good work!

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