Juggernaut enables plants to relax in style

Energy & Sustainability
Juggernaut enables plants to relax in style


“Juggernaut” by Phil Ross is a self-contained habitat for a living plant built from 3 glass blown enclosures with LEDs for light and nutrient-infused water. The project takes inspiration from Victorian glass conservatories and Juggernaut-Chinese scholar’s objects, sharing the belief that nature is best understood when seen through the lens of human artifice. Pretty interesting design that makes us curious if the plants actually like it or feel claustrophobic.

Phil Ross – Link

2 thoughts on “Juggernaut enables plants to relax in style

  1. TD says:

    The roots look like they are under water continuously- most terrestrial plants don’t like that and will die quickly from root-rot. Looks pretty cool, though!

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