LEGO Grows Up Even More with This Conceptual Brick-Built Garden System

Photo: Dasol Jeong on Behance

It goes without saying that these last couple of years have brought on an assortment of new hobbies for everyone. Luckily, there’s a surprising sum of activities to do even when subdued to a predominantly indoor lifestyle. Plus, with what seems to be an endless amount of free time, there are as many things one can imagine, which is where the real fun and fanciful ideas come into play. In that circle falls Dasol Jeong, a talented Seoul-based designer who recently unveiled her impeccable LEGO Planterior concept.

The indoor garden system is meant to make the most out of your planters in a fun-loving fashion. Jeong’s concept makes use of two standard household items: a bulletin board and the plants in your home. By implementing LEGO’s signature studs onto the entirety of the board and each pot, this concept looks to provide a beautiful showcase of succulents and small houseplants that can be easily adjusted.

Jeon points out that one of the main draws behind this concept is the fact that these LEGO-adjacent flower pots can be attached and detached from the board thanks to their brick-like qualities, managing to turn any at-home office into a gardener’s playhouse that is as easy to change up as any other LEGO build in your collection.

The LEGO Planterior would be a surefire way to make horticulture an even more tactful hobby, and we sure hope the Danish toy brand gets its hand in the mix and tries to do something with it. In the meantime, however, make sure to check out Dasol Jeong’s project on Behance for a better look at this clever — and very grown-up — use of everyone’s favorite building blocks.

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Photo: Dasol Jeong on Behance

Photo: Dasol Jeong on Behance
Photo: Dasol Jeong on Behance