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The hexagonal design of the plant pot is a modern and functional design for the city of the future. Visually the „Movin‘ Tree Pot“ is a perfect addition to any modern city and thanks to its size it fits into any home garden. The pots are planted with small trees and perennials that are suitable for urban climates. Optionally addable wooden benches increase the attractiveness of the design and offer a place to stay in crowded and overheated cities. The design adapts to the constantly changing cities and offers a multifunctional use that can be set up for the future in the cities of tomorrow. Thanks to the hexagonal shape, interesting groups can be put together, from the individual pot through an alley-like effect to seating groups or larger planting islands. The local conditions can be adopted and used individually. The special highlight of the "Movin 'Tree Pot" is its flexibility. A light structure, the angular shape, and the feet of the planting pot enable it to be moved quickly and easily. The planting can be adapted in a very short time depending on use and space requirements and adjusts to the respective event, if required. No city therefore has to do without trees because of small space or conflicts of use. An indispensable part of the cityscape in cities that are getting ever fuller and hotter.The "Movin 'Tree Pot" – tomorrow also in your city?
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University of Pennsylvania
Rerrich Béla Landscape Architect College for Advanced Studies
Manchester School of Architecture