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Patrick Morris

Patrick Morris was born in New Zealand, where pottery played a large role in his early years. He trained as a sculptor after finishing high school, before moving to London. Morris attended Central Saint Martins College of Art, where he studied ceramic design—the Sky Planter being his final degree project. Following graduation, Morris spent two years testing the Sky Planter and launched Boskke with his brother, Jake Morris, and friend, Ross Stevenson. Patrick Morris is currently in the Masters Product Design program at the Royal College of Art in London, still continuing to act as the Creative Director for Boskke.


Antipode Planter

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.

boskke cube 3 small patrick morris planter

Boskke Cube 3 Small

The three-part planter shows up its humble terra-cotta cousins by putting the growing process on display. The clear body is also a four-week water reservoir.

Sky Planter Recycled

Defying gravity, Boskke's unique upside-down planter encourages abundant greenery without sacrificing floor space.