French design company, Minimum Design, creates 3D printed geometric planters made from PLA wood, a mixture of bioplastic (cornstarch based) and recycled wood fibers.
As they’re made using a 3D printer, the collection of biodegradable PLA wood planters can have intricate designs full of details and perfect lines, no matter how big or small they’re made.
The collection of geometric and origami inspired planters come in a range of styles and sizes and can be customized to meet the requirements of your pots.
Although a bioplastic is used to hold the wood fibers in place, the use of real wood gives the planters a look and feel similar to 100% natural wood and preserves the smell of wood even when the product is finished.
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