Upside down planter isn’t special anymore, but how about jellyfish shaped air plant? Using sea urchin shells as upside down planters, LA-based designer and art director Cathy Van Hoang create below little aerial jellyfish. Right species and modeling, these beautiful air plants look just like tiny jellyfish floating in the air. Want to have one? Just hand over to PetitBeast’s Etsy store.
It wasn’t the first time we featured “Upside-down House” on our site. However, we have to say, this house just push another limits of how detailed an upside-down house can have. This two-storey house was constructed as an attraction for local residents and tourists, featuring a parking lot, a small landscape area, a living room, a powder room, a kitchen, a kids room and more.
Look up in any home, office or other indoor environment and the least used space will inevitably be the ceiling. What better place to grow an indoor garden without interrupting your day-to-day living. Defying gravity, the unique upside-down planter allows you to grow planter from ceiling. With unique reservoir that feeds water gradually to the plant’s roots, it not only conserve water but also saves you time. It looks like a prefect options to hang your favorite herbs in kitchen. Check the video at the bottom to find out how it works.
French artist Jean-François Fourtou loves to play with dimension and proportion. In his recent project ombée du Ciel (Fallen from the Sky), Fourtou plopped an upside down house right in the center of his property in Morocco, disorienting his viewers and creating a bewildering experience of “home.” This upside down house is inspired by his grandparents’ home in France, reproduced to scale. Viewing the house from inside just looks like coming to a magic world and the experience of walking on the ceilings must evoke both a disorienting and funny feeling.