Horticus creates modular indoor living wall
Designed by Horticus to bring plants into small indoor spaces, the system combines a hexagonal metal trellis frame that is screwed to a wall with hexagonal terracotta plant pots.
“By focusing on our desire to nurture our carefully grown houseplants, Horticus rethought the living wall; made it more flexible, added lifestyle features and kept the practice of cultivation,” said the brand.
The system of tessellating hexagons means that small or large green walls can be created, with additional units added when required. As the units are modular, plants can be rearranged and replaced according to the owner’s requirements.
“The Horticus terracotta plant pots can be lifted in and out of the frame for easy repotting or rearranging. The planters can also be watered in situ through a grid of watering holes,” said the brand.
For those wanting to add a little plant life into a room the Small Kit contains one powder-coated steel frame and three terracotta planters. For more ambitious indoor gardens the Medium Kit contains six planters and three frames, the Large Kit contains 12 planters and six frames and the Extra Kit has 24 planters and 12 frames.
Dezeen x Planted
Planted is a contemporary design event that aims to reconnect cities with nature, which will make its physical debut as part of London Design Festival alongside an online trailer for next year’s main event.
The Planted x Dezeen collaboration presents a series of projects by international designers that align with the ideals of the Planted design event.