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nataliekuckenBushwick, Brooklyn (Source: nataliekucken.blogspot.com)

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Wrecking Ball Coffee Roasters
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Modern Terrariums by 1012 Terra
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QusamuraThe 2012 opening of Qusamura was a cause for celebration among plant enthusiasts and pottery lovers alike. The brainchild of florist Kohei Oda, the Hiroshima boutique specialises in pairing unusual cacti with characterful crockery. Beautifully presented to accentuate their strange, spiny shapes, his potted creations, much like spiky bonsais, are botanical sculptures for the home. Oda sources each one from horticulturalists across the country, often choosing cacti that are too weird or weathered for conventional markets. But through Oda’s eyes, they have the exquisite potential of fine antiques.

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Plant-in City is an architectural installation that translates the environmental data of plants — changes in soil moisture, humidity, temperature, and other natural cycles — into an ongoing cycle of ambient sounds and visuals.

Plant-in City taps into the natural systems that foster plant life to give the plants themselves a voice. This revolutionary planter system contains built-in sensors that are activated by sun exposure, changes in soil moisture, humidity, temperature, and other natural cycles. Once activated, these sensors translate the environmental data into sounds or visuals.

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MAKR plant ring