Wouldn’t it be nice to have a home that reminded you of spring at every step? Well here is an idea for step one: Furnibloom was created by landscape architect Dagný Bjarnadóttir and is actually a set of Plexiglas furniture. The uncommon aspect of this idea is the fact that Furnibloom houses a variety of plants. This is possible by creating a good micro climate for the vegetation to grow inside day-to-day furniture, such as chairs or tables. A double functionality is ensured. First off, one could actually plant vegetables within such unusual furniture (we read this is possible). Its aesthetic feature is obvious: these tables and chairs are absolutely lovely and they have the means to cheer up any interior or entertainment outdoor space.- via Cool Hunting