In the recent past, the role of a flower pot or vase has changed, from a passive preserving vessel into an active resuscitating object, in a great way that now plays an active part in keeping the flower alive. The “Prosthetic Vase” by Israeli designer Shay Shafranek is a modern vase that featuring capillary tubes (located at its base) lets the flower stay alive even when you are away from your place. The tubes, when required, suck the water upwards to irrigate the flower and play a major role in the survival of the plant. Moreover, the vase presents an aesthetic design to enhance the decor of your place.
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