Nendo's 3D-printed bonsai tree does away with need for meticulous maintenance - architecture and design

Nendo's 3D-printed bonsai tree does away with need for meticulous maintenance



Japanese design studio Nendo has created an alternative to the tricky task of nurturing a bonsai tree with its Grid-Bonsai ? a 3D-printed version of the plant that owners can prune to their liking.
The traditional Japanese art form of bonsai involves using cultivation techniques to produce small plants in pots that imitate the appearance of full-scale trees. Bonsai artists shape their trees by trimming the leaves and pruning and bending branches, as well as adding decorative elements like moss and stones to the soil.
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