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Voltasol, the rolling flowerpot by Studio BAG Disseny

Voltasol, the rolling flowerpot by Studio BAG Disseny
© Jordi Roca

Voltasol have the gift of mobility. It is designed to move according to the trajectory of the sun in order to promote the movement of plants and help them grow better.

The flowerpot has a semi-conical base that avoids the static nature of conventional pots, thereby creating a slight movemen that can either be generated spontaneously or else be induced at will.

Voltasol, the rolling flowerpot by Studio BAG Disseny
© Jordi Roca

The simple movement is created on the axis of the pot. This slight manipulation of the base that causes a vertex to emerge from its circular center facilitates the movement o the plant and stimulates its growth by multiplying the amount of sunlight capable of reaching the roots and leaves.

Voltasol, the rolling flowerpot by Studio BAG Disseny
© Jordi Roca

As a result, in opposition to its conventional predecessor, slight gestures in any direction within its given circumference can be generated spontaneously or be induced by the user at will.

Potted plants are apparently static, so why not provide them with movement to enable them to follow the path of the sun to sway in a breeze or grow at will?

Voltasol, the rolling flowerpot by Studio BAG Disseny
© Jordi Roca

These ideas generate a new flowerpot, VoltaSol, a tilted pot that facilitates the movement of the plant and stimulates its growth.

Worked hand with red ceramic from La Bisbal d’Empordà, Girona. The purity of his materials and the respect with which it’s manufactured make Voltasol an special objec environmentally friendly on all his process.

Voltasol, the rolling flowerpot by Studio BAG Disseny
© Jordi Roca

That’s Voltasol: the first product by livingthings, edited in Girona, Spain. Designed by Studio BAG Disseny, Andorra.

Product Details:
Location: Girona, Spain
Design: Studio BAG Disseny
Editing: Livingthings
Photographs: Jordi Roca

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