A team of creative people in San Francisco has designed Livi, a versatile planter that kind of looks like a cute little creature, that can easily stick to windows and walls.
Let’s have a look at how it all came together.
As with most designs, it all started out with sketching the idea.
The finalised sketch was then made into a 3-dimension computer render.
The next step was to 3D print prototypes and begin testing.
To be able to stick to the window, they took inspiration from a gecko, and the way they can cling to walls.
Once the design was finalised, they had a creation they named Livi, a small quirky planter that you can stick to almost any surface.
Here’s a look at the view from the other side of the window.
To put a plant in Livi, you simply place a planted 2″ pot inside.
Because of the way Livi is designed, it’s also able to stand on the desk by itself.
The suction pads are strong enough for it to be attached to a surface that can move, like a refrigerator door.
To water Livi, you use a small dropper to give it water.
Depending on the type of plant you put in it, it’s almost like giving the quirky creature a hair style.
Watch the video below to learn more, or visit their Kickstarter campaign, here.
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