Whether you live and work in a large space or tiny home, green garden interior design serves form and function, not to mention brightening a space to improve livability and productivity. Industrial designer, Marko Vučković, loves to bring a unique approach to create elegant and comfortable environments, and his brainchild, the Grass Lamp is a beautiful example of his inspirational solutions.
Winner of the 2009 Designanddesign award, the Gras Lamp supports hydroponic growth of plants – using no soil to allow terrestrial plants to live in a mineral nutrient water solution or a growing medium such as gravel, perlite, coconut husks, or mineral wool.
The Grass Lamp is constructed of light PVC plastic that incorporates a hydroponic light for growing any number of oxygen-enriching vegetation in the home.
Vučković has come up with several manifestations of his Grass Lamp including free-standing and hanging versions that can be suspended from the ceiling or mounted on a wall.
Twenty-six year old Vučković is a 2009 industrial design graduate of Polytechnic University of Belgrade who has received several design awards, including first prize for best drawing in Berlin over BOSH FOUNDATION in 2009. His Saturn clock won the second award on KARE contest in 2011, and the Designanddesign award in 2011. He also attended talents art school in 2000 and 2001 and studied under professor Zoran Stankovic.
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