Terrarium Doubles As a Lamp Where Plants Can Thrive Without Water

Terrarium Doubles As a Lamp Where Plants Can Thrive Without Water
Design

Design team created an ecosystem in which plants can grow for indefinite amount of time

Marielle Castillo
  • 31 march 2016

The Internet is full of DIY lightbulb terrariums, but how useful are they and how many people can actually keep them alive? The German design studio Nui Studio, formerly known as We Love Eames, took this concept further than any Pinterest board has ever seen by designing a new kind of terrarium that actually does more than just look pretty. The Mygdal plant lamp allows a plant to grow inside it, without the need for direct sunlight or water for an unrestricted amount of time.

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