Not your typical green thumb fare. Bangkok based designer, Gaspard, is in a league of his own when it comes to creative garden embellishments. A lantern-like garden den and a lamp doubling as a planter are just a couple of the designs that made our hearts skip a beat...
The Coco Highrise
(above) is an inventive alternative to hanging pots. As shown, grouping them creates a gorgeous living garden screen for balcony privacy.
The Oasis LaLune
is an outdoor floor lamp doubling as a planter for hanging spanish moss or climbing flowers. Let the garden soiree commence!
The Arisio Toro
is a garden lounge gazebo inspired by the simple, delicate elegance of the Japanese lantern. The shades can be raised or lowered for privacy.
The Nest stool
is a sturdy study in interlocking woods. We love the simplicity of the design and interesting pattern of the converging joints.
All designs were made for Plato. To learn more about Gaspard's innovative ideas, visit the website.
(Images: 1, 2, 4:Gaspardlive, 3: Design Spotter)
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