The Babylon Plantable Light Fixture by Ryan Taylors

Category: Design Published on 23 Jan, 2013 Tags: , ,
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The Babylon Light is a plantable light fixture designed by toronto-based design Ryan Taylors. Made of aluminum with a powder coated finish, it can be used as an organic centre piece or a working herb garden over the kitchen counter. No matter where its situated, Babylon will become your very own hanging garden.

Created in collaboration with Planting Design Advisor Victoria Taylor, Babylon has been launched at the Toronto Interior Design Show’s Prototype exhibition.

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