Attention plant lovers, According to the architecture Grow on me Tables integrate your beloved houseplants further into everyday life. How does it work? Planters are embedded in each cylindrical table leg, the legs then supporting square table tops that can be pivoted to create non-traditional seating arrangements.
The versatility of Grow on Me goes even further. Depending on the variety and height of your plants, paired with the geometry of the table legs, different scenarios for a privacy screen or a canopy can arise. For example, cacti create an open but separate appearance, succulents are great for keeping conversations going, a banana plant creates a high canopy, and a large monstera provides privacy in a coffee shop. The ultimate purpose of Grow on Me is to bring plants and human interactions together into a symbiotic system.
Katie MacDonald, co-founder of After Architecture, describes the table as a framework for people and plants. “The combination of #wfh and the renewed awareness of indoor air quality during the pandemic has given indoor plants a more central role in our homes, offices and performances. People sit at this table next to their beloved plants. “
Grow on Me is available in a terracotta look – an allusion to traditional flower pots – as well as in five other bright colors and three sizes.
To learn more about Grow on Me, visit after-architecture.com.