Fluidity Dish Rack

The Fluidity Dish Rack is a household dish rack with a very simple but very ingenious design twist.

Doubling up as a dish rack and a planter, the rack is designed to funnel the water that drips off your stacked dishes into a container where plants are growing. The containers are filled with clay pellets and coconut fibre, to control the water environment of the plant and keep the dish drainer base clean. With new heath technology, apps and devices being rolled out daily, it is refreshing to see something simple and tangible that helps you get a little more green into your diet.

 

Visit Design Libero for more information about the Fluidity Dish Rack

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