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Using the Japanese art of origami, London-based twin designers, Bike and Begum Ayaskan of Studio Ayaskan, designed a plant pot - fittingly named, "Growth" - that geniusly expands as a plant's root system grows.

Ikebanart : ikébana et kokédama 49 rue Lucien Sampaix Paris 10

Ikebanart : ikébana et kokédama 49 rue Lucien Sampaix Paris 10

Made from a foldable material, the pot expands as the plant grows, taking on a new appearance in the process.

The origami pot grows alongside your plants (designed by London studio Ayaskan)

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This origami-inspired plant pot by Studio Ayaskan will slowly unfurl and expand as your plant grows larger.

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