Part of the stretching miniature garden is clipped and brought inside a room. A planter in which you can enjoy casting seeds and growing germinated plants.
2005 Good Design Award
|price||square small: 3,000yen(without tax) |
square large: 4,500yen(without tax)
stand: 8,000yen(without tax)
circle: 6,000yen(without tax)
|name||factory - planter|
|size||square small: W170*H170*D85 |
square large: W340*H170*D85
|the term of a guarantee||1 year from day of purchase|
|必要分量||factory square small: 種・保水材 個装各1袋 |
factory rectangle: 種・保水材 個装各2袋
factory circle: 種・保水材 個装各4袋
The naming of factory is far from the image of this work. The real meaning lies in the way the planter is used. In the initial concept, a new feature to grow, harvest, and eat was added in order to go one step further from the traditional style of planters, that is, for ornamental purposes. The naming of factory came from the image where plants grow one after another in the simple form of stacked planters as if products were produced in a factory. However, as it was impossible to control the hygienic status in the process of growing plants, it was thought to be difficult to maintain the concept of eating, so its feature was removed. As a result, the concept changed from eat to see and the planter has become a place where you enjoy sowing seeds and seeing the sprouts. I hope this microcosm of life will provide a little pleasure to the minds caught up in work at a desk.