Czech designer Kristyna Pojerova recently showed off a beautiful mini-greenhouse. The goal of the "glass house" is to urge those in urban settings to grow herbs and other plants in their own kitchen or houses. It can be mounted on a lightbulb, making use of the otherwise useless heat wasted on bulbs, while supplying a unique micro-climate for the plants growing inside. There are four ventilation holes, as well as a large center opening found at the bottom to allow for easy planting and removal of plants.

Kristýna Pojerová's Website
via [Designboom]

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Tags: Czech, Design, Glass House, Kristyna Pojerova, Mini-Greenhouse for Urban Dwellers

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Comment by sAm on October 11, 2011 at 5:40pm
The perfect place to keep fresh herbs. Great idea!

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