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Monstera Plant Pots * By Tim Van De Weerd

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‘Monstera‘ is an organic-looking pot that mirrors the plant’s roots in a delicate way. The most popular plant pots have the names of “Magnifica and Fugiens”.

Monstera Plant Pots By Tim Van De Weerd

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Monstera Plant Pots By Tim Van De Weerd

According to the created, “The Monstera Magnifica and Monstera Fugiens are two special plant pots which breathed new life into any room and plant room. Monstera Magnifica is the high, lofty implementation of this playful design.
Monstera Fugiens shows houseplant as running away object in space.”

Monstera Plant Pots By Tim Van De Weerd

The Dutch creator, Tim van de Weerd, designed the plant pots with legs made of steel, which were bent by hand and then covered with clay. This industrial chemical clay hardens itself. Large bumps are primed, sanded and everything ends up being covered by a thick layer high gloss lacquer.

See Also: Geometric 3D Mirrors * Stonefox Architects

Monstera Plant Pots By Tim Van De Weerd

On the inspiration behind it, van de Weerd says: “The design shows a fascinating tension between stillness and movement and between the organic and the industrial.”

Monstera Plant Pots By Tim Van De Weerd

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