The luminaire is a completely self-sustaining ecosystem where the plants can grow undisturbed for years.
Plants are pretty important, but not all buildings can sustain the right environment to grow them indoors. Thanks to inquisitive thinkers with Studio We Love Eames, however, there now exists a solution for that, too.
The Mygdal plant, reports Bored Panda, doesn’t require any human care – such as ventilation or irrigation – to grow plants in windowless spaces. Instead, the invention makes use of the physical similarity between LED and sunlight; thus, it is possible for the plants to perform photosynthesis.
The group shares on Facebook that the luminaire is a completely self-sustaining ecosystem where the plants can grow undisturbed for years. Incredibly, the standing lamp provides a new type of electrically conductive glass coating (patent requested), which is able to stream the electricity invisible along the surface. That means there is no need for a cable connection to be strung between the power source and the Led.
As the designers share, “This technical innovation opens up absolutely new opportunities in greenery design.”
Following are some photos of the incredibly unique lamps:
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