TERRA Grass Armchair

Aug 30, 2016

Category: Living

If you combined Chia pets with Ikea furniture, you’d get Terra. Intended to be grown, not built, it’s billed as an easy addition to any nature lover’s garden or backyard.

As the studio puts it – all they provide is the idea and some cardboard. Users simply assemble the laser-cut pieces, shovel dirt into the different sections, sprinkle seeds over the dirt, and let it grow. Give it a month or so and you’ll have a pretty nice place to kick back with a book. TERRA! can be purchased either as a set of plans for you to build out yourself or as a cardboard frame with instructions. Want one for your kids? How about arranging a bunch around your fire pit? The Torino, Italy based design studio provides both small and larger models as well. Say goodbye to lugging furniture around for your upcoming lawn party – just grow it. Prices start at $20. [Purchase]

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