Air Drop flower pot, is a unique concept that provides a solution on purifying air in an urban environment. The main idea is to use Air plants or Tillandsias species of evergreen, which are the most effective for absorbing pollutants in the air. These elegantly crafted planters are hung from the ceiling and are powered by sun which make them self sustaining.
The designer of this unique flower pot Jillian Tackaberry, 2013 Electrolux Design Lab semi-finalists, explains, “The idea behind the Air Drop is to allow for more space in smaller city apartments, as well as provide its user with the cleanest air possible using two filtration methods.”
The first filtration is a typical filter inside the pot itself, to reduce particles that exist in the air. These particles come from items like candles and pets.
The second filtration is the air plants. Air plants can thrive with sunlight and air and are more effective than a typical plant, which uses soil. Typical plant soil can harbor dust and mildew, two common allergens. According to a NASA study, indoor plants are very effective at controlling indoor air pollution. They can absorb gasses such as formaldehyde, benzene, and trichloroethylene.
I think this amazing flower pot can be used in any type of interior design, commercial or residential.
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