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Twelve urban garden tools
5/8/2013

Cities are currently rediscovering their love of the garden. Magazines are celebrating the not-so-new “country life” and projects such as urban gardening are seeking to eke out a patch of green in the dreary gray of major cities like London and Berlin. Of course, today’s planters and flower beds no longer look quite like those our grannies once had. Be it giant cubic flower pots, elegant window boxes or miniature hanging troughs – everything serves its purpose, with style at that. And many of the new-generation containers are even multifunctional. In keeping with the rule: First plant, then take a seat!

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, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Teracrea, 2007, material: terracotta, nylon, painted steel

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“Plant Cup”, Gitta Gschwendtner for Thorsten van Elten, 2005, material: ceramic

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“Green Pedestals”, Front for Offecct, 2011, material: painted metal

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“Flowerbox”, Carsten Gollnick for Conmoto, 2008, material: steel, galvanized and powder coated

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