Power Plant Salad Plate by Lindsey Adelman for 1882 Ltd
As a designer Lindsey has always loved the way architecture looks in coastal cities and towns. As a departure point for this collection she recalled the combination of sun-bleached facades amidst water, rocks, plants, boats, and terraces. “ I've always loved the look of plants overtaking their surroundings, particularly architectural structures. I wanted to explore a way of taking these three-dimensional environments and creating real items that can be lived with.”
For 1882 she started with geometric forms that would allow plants to grow on their exterior surfaces. Using "Chia Pet technology" Adelman designed unexpected swelling surfaces on which greens can sprout, evoking the ancient designs of Japanese wall gardens and modern terraces.
Power Plant - Dinner Plate, 2 Salad Plates, Bowl, Mug – Fine Bone China.