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Michael Hilgers balcony, suspended pots

The classic systems to hold the pots on the balconies are all well known, metal supports that, although they serve as fasteners, aesthetics and practically do not offer too good solutions, since they tend to accumulate enough dirt and only allow the contemplation of plants on one side

In Decoesphere We have seen models of truly amazing and original sherds. To all these we add Balcony, a curious pot designed by Michael Hilgers that can be placed embedded on the railing, provided that it is not too wide. The result is a seemingly suspended pot, which distributes the content of substrate and roots in two parts.

Aesthetically it is a good trick, since the view of the railing is the same on both sides, being able to enjoy the view of a flowery balcony both from the street and from inside the terrace.

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