In New York City we’re almost always strapped for space, and more often than not we’re also left wanting sunlight and greenery. While there are many different products on the market that attempt to help us solve for these deficiencies, our current obsession is with the Mygdal Plantlamp.
This amazing new product allows users to grow plants anywhere without sunlight, regardless of how dreary your space may be. It employs LED technology to replace natural sunlight and is almost totally self-sufficient. According to its designers, the plant can grow for years without water, as the “self-sustaining ecosystem” imitates the process of photosynthesis.
Mygdal Plantlamp comes from the master minds Emilia Lucht and Arne Sebrantke who make up the Berlin-based design team “We Love Eames.” The duo was inspired to create a lamp that would make it easy for people to grow plants anywhere indoors.
The glass on the lamp has an innovative coating that actually conducts electricity across the surface, so the lamp is free of cords and cables (patent pending!). The official release date of the product is also pending, but you can see more inspiring work from We Love Eames here.
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