Kasokudo Bonsai Modern Planter Showcases a Fusion of Style and Function

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If you love to have plants in your home, for sure you want to plant them in a beautiful container or planter in order to add beauty to your space. Planters also come in varying designs may that be for indoor or outdoor usage. The planters aren’t just mere containers but they are added decorations to a home interior. But if you don’t look at planters that way, what you will see today will change your mind.

The Kasokudo Bonsai Planter is stylish which is the result of the designer’s combined interest of everything green and automotive. It has an unconventional shape with elegant black-gray silhouette and is designed as a bonsai planter. It is a perfect fit to a modern interior. Designer Adrian Magu gives the impression of an accelerating form that seems to float with a bonsai tree on top of it. Let us take a look at the Kasokudo Bonsai Planter below.

Bonsai planter At first glance, I actually thought this one resembles a whale with its from and color combination. But of course, it isn’t.

Kasokudo Modern Planter With a design like this, it is easier to grasp on the long side.

contemporary Planter And of course, what lies in the center of it is a bonsai tree that brings life to wherever you are going to place it.

Style and Function When pictured from the tip, this is how the planter looks like.

contemporary Planter One thing that adds to the appeal of this planter is this 3D printed mountain.

Modern Planter With the mountain and the bonsai tree together in this modern planter, it looks like a miniature of nature which we will all get to love.

abstract bonsai holder It is also amazing how this one seem to float because of its design.

Kasokudo Modern Planter In this view, you can see how big the planter is. It can actually pass as a sculpture.

The design is indeed stunning with a fluid highly polished look. It is a perfect addition to a modern space while adding that Zen feel simply with a bonsai.Adrian Magu is a genius for being able to come up with this piece that combines precise technology and nature. I guess this would look really nice in the living room or even on a boring hallway! How about you, where do you think are you going to place this planter if you’ll have one?