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d*s reader heather (all the way from south africa!) passed along a really clever product designed by michael kritzer. 'herbi' is an indoor hydroponic garden system for city dwellers. fully adjustable and super sleek, herbi can help supply you with fresh herbs year round. what i love most about the design is that once you set it, you can pretty much let it operate autonomously for a month. but it also has control settings for ph + and ph - that let you know when it needs assistance. when a certain nutrient is needed, a light blue LED behind the corresponding icon will illuminate. how clever! you can find more information on herbi right here. [thanks, heather!]



Anonymous Anonymous said...

So where do i get it

8:42 PM  
Anonymous fela cortes said...

Great idea but you know what would be better... a herbi that works for the cave dwelling residents in apartments sans light. That would be genius.
The design is lovely though...

9:38 PM  
Anonymous lauren said...

What a cool find Heath! d*s you have tons of readers in SA, including me and just about all of my designery type friends. Keep up the amazing work ;)!

6:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How would someone go about purchasing herbi? I looked around on the web and had no luck.


ps: I can't remember my blogger password!

7:41 AM  
Blogger design*sponge said...

i have a feeling michael's work is still being done by his studio, so shoot him an email to see if you can buy independently. when we discuss smaller designers the idea of large distribution is out the window. so talking to a designer personally and seeing what you can work out is always the easiest way. bonus- you get to know a designer personally which makes any single object more important in your home.



8:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am interested in Michael Kritzer herbi product. I wanted to e-mail regarding his development on his product, but his e-mail address below wasnt correct. do you have another e-mail addresss for his site?

3:25 PM  

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