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Studio Visit: 10¹² Terra and the Modern Terrarium

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Studio Visit: 10¹² Terra and the Modern Terrarium

January 28, 2016

Japan-based designers Daisuke Tsumanuma and Kenichi Yamada of 10¹² Terra are gaining a cult following for their glass terrariums created specially to grow succulents.

Online shop Nalata Nalata recently visited the designers recently in their studio in Ichikawa, Japan, where Tsumanuma and Yamada make the hand-forged metal frames for their Hydro Terrariums and Lid Vision Glass Terrariums.

Photography via Nalata Nalata except where noted.

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Above: A cross between a terrarium and a vase, a Lid Vision Glass Terrarium with a hand-hammered brass lid comes in three sizes at prices ranging from $97 to $112 from Nalata Nalata.

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Above: A tray of succulents provides inspiration in the designers’ studio.

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Above: Daisuke Tsumanuma solders a glass panel on a Terra Hydro terrarium.

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Above: The hand-hammered lids reflect light.

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Above: Tools of the trade. For more about the designers, see Nalata Nalata.

For more about Terra Hydro terrariums, see Terrarium Trend Alert: Glass, with Brassy Highlights.

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