Julia Kononenko designed these minimalist desk objects to serve as both pen holders and plant pots. The frames of the Eco Pots are made from elm wood which is lined with L-shaped glass vessels to prevent any soil and water from affecting the wood.
The Eco Pots feature a gridded array of 9 holes for vertically storing writing implements. Julia Kononenko has designed two subtly different versions with holes of differing diameters to hold marker pens or pencils.
The L-shaped planter segment encourages users to cultivate a desktop garden with an emphasis on several smaller specimens such as succulents, as opposed to one larger plant as one would expect to find in a typical circular plant pot.
Julia Kononenko designed her Eco Pots to be modular and several can be placed together to form more complex arrangements. For example with four, an outer border of plants can be created.
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