Global Warming has giving a large impact in Our life, but we can start to reduce it by designing our homes Interior with a plant to create an improved sustainable environment. Plants that Generally found growing in the garden, can now be integrated within the heart of our homes, they can grows fertilizing on floor, wall and lamp. Here I show you some ideas from the great green designs discovered such as Organic Moss Carpets by Makoto Azuma, Green Light by Natalie Jeremijenko, and also the Plantwall by Green Fortune, let’s check it out.
Makoto Azuma Moss Carpets
Organic Moss Carpets
In 2009 Milan Furniture Fair, this beautiful biodegradable moss planter at the Tokyo Fiber Sensware exhibition definitely stood out. Japan-based flower artist Makoto Azuma collaborated with Unitika Ltd. to create an indoor glade, populating the planter with an assortment of mosses. The result is an exquisite organic carpet that runs through the exhibition, passing round the furniture and the poles and stunning visitors with its delightful presence.
Green Light-Botanical Lamp
Combining LED lighting with indoor air purification using living plants, the fabulously innovative Green Light by Natalie Jeremijenko, Amelia Amon, Will Kavesh of the Experimental Design Lab is a chandelier, terrarium, and air filter all in one. The system brings clean air, light, AND greenery to your home- three things no one should live without.
Gren Light by Natalie Jeremijenko
This smart carbon-neutral system improves the internal air quality of a given room using an integrated solar panel to power a super-efficient LED bulb to stimulate plants of high air filtrating varieties. The entire system is designed with products and parts that are both recycled AND recyclable. Plus, the bulb from the unit provides a lovely glow to any room, giving a new meaning to the words ‘Green Light.’
Green Fortune Plantwall
Yes, the Plantwall is just what it sounds like — a vertical wall of greenery. Plantwall allows for all of the enhancing elements of indoor foliage without sacrificing floor area. But the real innovation is in how it works. Plantwall by Green Fortune is based on a four layer textile system. The textile system contains the fertilizer necessary to maintain the plants, as well as keeping any moisture from spreading. Water comes in via an integrated drip irrigation system.
Green Plantwall in Living Space
The Vertical Garden is a living product,” Joost Bakker says. The system is especially useful for commercial environments, where the vertical gardens will help to provide better indoor air quality. The steel-frame interior plant system was designed on a grid that allows numerous plants to be stacked vertically in columns or walls- providing the perfect backdrop for any office or apartment that needs and extra bit of greening but can’t afford the space required for them.
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