Ienami: House-Shaped Planters For Desktop Gardening

Looking for a different way to decorate your desktop? Japan-based design studio, Metaphys, has created a series of unique small indoor planters called Ienami.


Ienami are planters styled like residential buildings with delicate greeneries like soft mosses and small succulents at the rooftop. Its design concept was inspired by bonkei, the ancient Japanese art of creating micro landscapes of foliage.


The planters are made from stone powder, and finished with a white coating. Its cubed shape measures 3.9 inches in all sides, and comes in four designs: hiroba, zigzag, roji, and tunnel.


All four designs can be put together to create your own green village or green town. You could even add miniature characters to bring it to life!


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