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The ever-growing interior Open your doors and enjoy the fresh air. Store away your old design pieces during your spring cleaning and replace them with some living ones instead. We should no longer be chopping trees to manufacture pretty things. These five items prove that living materials can brighten up your living room. TEXT: ARNE ADRIAENSSENS  |  PRESS PHOTOS



1.The living cupboard We love adding green to our interior, but keeping that flora alive is hard to do. The Pikaplant One, however, takes care of your plants’ drinking needs with its builtin irrigation system. Without electricity, it mimics the natural wet-dry cycle of our planet’s soil. €4,500 www.pikaplant.com



4. Moss is in the air

3. Time for nature Summertime approaches and we cannot wait to push our minute hand 360 degrees forward. But why not change your clock altogether. This minimalist, furry clock of moss makes the passing of time a bit more bearable. €192 www.greenmood.be

All plants clear the air, but none do it as well as the TUBE from AtmossfAIR. This nature-covered air filter combines the power of technology with the filtering strength of mother nature. The type of machine and vegetation you end up with depends on the quality of the air in the room. This way, you breathe healthy air while having a fascinating conversation piece dangling above you. Price on request www.atmossfair.be

5. 2. Funky fungi Even without a big garden or tonnes of sunlight, you can still harvest your own crop. These chipper boxes from Permafungi grow colourful mushrooms all year long. Let them cheer up your kitchen and, eventually, flavour up your culinary creations. From €14.50 www.permafungi.be 8  |  Issue 63  |  March 2019

5. Magic jar The Pikaplant Jar must be the most low-maintenance plant in the world. Locked in their tiny biotope, these plants have everything they need to survive. As long as you do not open its jar, the two of you are in for a long-term relationship. €70 www.pikaplant.com

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Discover Benelux, Issue 63, March 2019  

Promoting Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg.

Discover Benelux, Issue 63, March 2019  

Promoting Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg.