Design House Stockholm continues to develop the Greenery series — the little green spaces for home growing and green oases. Thai designer duo Ada Chirakranont and Worapong Manupipatpong of Atelier 2+, who created the now famous greenhouses Greenhouse and Greenhouse Mini, have just designed their latest addition; Flower Tray. It gathers together all of the plants in a room and creates a new aesthetic, and it also means you only need to water at one place. Use Flower Tray to create a green centrepiece for your table, or fill it with herbs for the kitchen, or why not try growing seedlings and small plants on the windowsill. Asian and Scandinavian aesthetics combine to form a minimalistic and useful tray that can be used all year round with seasonal flowers and plants. The wooden stand on which the metal tray rests allows the air to circulate and avoids condensation build up. “We usually work on projects which are bigger in size,” says Ada of the project that is somewhere between art and design.
Ada Chirakranont and Worapong Manupipatpong form Atelier 2+,
a Bangkok-based design studio. The duo studied at KMITL in Bangkok
and University of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. Their creations
show that Scandinavian design is a concept that has no borders.
Through their work they aim to blur the boundaries between architecture
and furniture, as well as art and design.