Meet TERRA, The Real Living Grass Furniture – Design You Trust

Meet TERRA, The Real Living Grass Furniture

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If you combined Chia pets with Ikea furniture, you’d get Terra. Intended to be grown, not built, it’s billed as an easy addition to any nature lover’s garden or backyard. As the studio puts it – all they provide is the idea and some cardboard. Users simply assemble the laser-cut pieces, shovel dirt into the different sections, sprinkle seeds over the dirt, and let it grow. Give it a month or so and you’ll have a pretty nice place to kick back with a book.

More info: TERRA (h/t: hiconsumption)

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