French design company, Minimum Design, creates 3D printed geometric planters made from PLA wood, a mixture of bioplastic (cornstarch based) and recycled wood fibers.
As they’re made using a 3D printer, the collection of biodegradable PLA wood planters can have intricate designs full of details and perfect lines, no matter how big or small they’re made.
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