Designing for Plants to Boost Human Well-being

Designing for Plants to Boost Human Well-being

NYCxDesign: Functional, beautiful, and Web-connected habitats to keep both plants and humans happy

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 22 may 2015

It was at the 2014 edition of NYCxDesign that we noticed a fair number of exhibitors feature or incorporate potted plants into their displays. A year later, a new cast of leafy inhabitants made design venues around NYC their temporary home. For 2015, designers created a range of vessels that display a single flower to a fully mature cactus.

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