Self Watering Planter | Canopy | H14.5cm
A self-watering planter, handmade from 100% recycled and recyclable glass and focus on sustainability. Inspired by the iconic biospheres of the Eden Project site in Cornwall. Mouthblown from recycled glass and fitted with a sustainably sourced removable cork bung. Fill the lower compartment with water and the top compartment with soil and plants. The cord between the two layers will carry water to the soil.
Made in the UK
End of Life
This product is part of The Reinvention Program. That means you can send it back to us if you don’t want it anymore. Please go to your order history and submit a request. We will arrange a return for your product so it can have a second life, and you will be rewarded with a refund that you can redeem on your future orders.
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LSA International is a London-based design studio specialising in contemporary handmade glass. Their ambition is to use skilled craft to create thoughtful, considered designs with intrinsic value. Janusz Lubkowski co-founded LSA International in 1960s London during a period of cultural and social change. His belief in diverse ideas and passion for contemporary design ensured the company thrived. Monika Lubkowska-Jonas, LSA’s Designer & Creative Director, continues to develop her father’s vision and a culture of understanding that defines our company’s past, present and future.
LSA believes in using traditional methods to realise original designs. A classic enamelled coffee pot was the first LSA product sold at Terence Conran’s Habitat in 1966. Their collection has evolved and continues to do so, while the commitment to the original design, quality materials and skilled craft remains the same.
Collaborating with craftsmen for over fifty years allows them to design almost intuitively to the strengths of each material. LSA works ethically and transparently with their team and partners to explore more sustainable practices collectively. Progress, not perfection: sustainability is a complex issue with many challenges, but they are committed to minimising our environmental, social and economic impact.