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Object of Desire: A Modern Wardian Case by Atelier 2+

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Object of Desire: A Modern Wardian Case by Atelier 2+

October 23, 2017

A modern terrarium with spidery legs, from Bangkok-based Atelier 2+, reminds us of the Wardian cases that Victorian plant collectors used to coddle rare specimens:

A  Greenhouse Top (\$663.\20) and a Greenhouse Base (\$\2\24.80) are sold separately at Danish Design Store. The greenhouse unit measures 38 inches wide by \16 inches deep and is \24 inches high.
Above: A  Greenhouse Top ($663.20) and a Greenhouse Base ($224.80) are sold separately at Danish Design Store. The greenhouse unit measures 38 inches wide by 16 inches deep and is 24 inches high.
The Indoor Greenhouse also is available in a natural ash wood finish.
Above: The Indoor Greenhouse also is available in a natural ash wood finish.
Two glass panels lift like wings to allow air to circulate.
Above: Two glass panels lift like wings to allow air to circulate.

N.B.: For more of our favorite specimen cases for plants, see 10 Easy Pieces: Wardian Cases and Gardening 101: How to Plant a Closed Terrarium.

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