All down under and upside down comments aside, this Antipode planter from Morris Design Office takes the tradtional hanging planter and literally tips it over. The New Zealand company's innovative growth-from-the-bottom strategy uses 90% less water than its conventional counterparts, requires refills only once or twice a month, and is versatile enough to suit tomatoes to orchids, and nearly everything in between.
Morris Design Office
Award-winning, New Zealand-raised designers Jake and Patrick Morris value the natural world and its conservation as much as they strive for the betterment of human environments.
The Antipode Planter is an example of their sustainable ethos in practice internationally.
It uses 90% less water than a conventional planter, while also designed for ease of use and liberation of space in increasingly smaller, modern homes.
Respect and integrity are the twin pillars of Morris Design Office design principles. Respect for the environment, materials and the people who bring Morris Design Office products into their homes, and integrity of concept and purpose.