Greenhouse Wireframes Help Urban Plants Grow [Pics]

Greenhouse Wireframes Help Urban Plants Grow [Pics]

This project was designed to protect and attract attention to small or unwanted plants outdoors.

Emma Hutchings
  • 11 november 2011

This ‘Urban Greenhouses’ project was developed by Audrey Charré, Clémentine Schmidt and Luc Beaussart; three students from the School of Art and Design in Reims, France. Their aim was to create a product that helped plants to grow naturally in urban areas. Structures made of colored metal rods, like the frames of small buildings, help to identify and draw attention to the plants, as well as protect them so they can thrive in places where they normally wouldn’t survive. Click through to see pictures of the wireframes and examples of use:

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