There have been ways we have discussed about how to go green in style. From products to to architecture designs and other things, we have always talked about environmental friendly ways in which you all can lead an eco-friendly lifestyle. I remember Lampster the robot lamp made of discarded bike products, Kuiper Belt to hang pots and various other products and architecture designs that fall under the category of eco-chic life.
Our search for such environmentally friendly stuff, and buildings never stops and we keep looking for such products and other details that claim to help consumers lead a healthy lifestyle. Joining the queue of products that fall in environment-friendly category, here is a unique Applied Typography on Wood pots.
Wish to know more about it? Well scroll down, read on and take a glimpse of the wonderful planters being talked about here. Brainchild of creative designer Novian Gelang Ahdiyaka from Bandung, Indonesia, these planters are an ideal visual treat.
Indonesia is one country with the richest species of orchids comprising approximately 7000 species including endemic orchids. However, it is very unfortunate to know that the considerable amount of orchids there are endangered for the climate exchange, forest fires and irresponsible exploitation being the reason.
The Pinehole Woodpots being talked about here are exclusively designed in such a way that these form the letter O, R, C, H, I and D.
These pots carry Indonesian indigenous orchids that are rare and protected. The best part is that these planters are visually appealing besides the designer has put all the information about these species in well explained manner on the front side of each pot. Adding to the eco-friendliness, these Pinehole Woodpots are created using scrap wood from wooden container.
There are few of the nicest smelling orchids planted in these Pinehole Woodpots shaped in the form of alphabets, Paphiopedilum javanicum well known as Anggrek Kasut Hijau by the locals and found in places like Java, Bali, Flores and parts of Sumatra is one of the endemic and rare orchid and Phalaenopsis violacea is a species of orchid endemic to the Andaman Islands, the Nicobar Islands and northeastern Sumatrean to talk about look lovely.
Each orchid planted in these pots is simply amazing and promise to add charm to the interiors where these sit in. Aren’t these lovely, what do you think?