London-based designer Tithi Kutchamuch design was too lazy to lean her outdoor chairs against a wall in case of rain when her mom asked. Instead, she designed her My Sky My Water My Garden (inquire for price), a garden table that collects water in its central base, which can be used as a pot for plants and flowers, potentially saving 178-510 liters of water a year. The design functions as a table, a cache-pot, and a watering can all in one. As she puts it, it's an "effortless eco-friendly object." Kutchamuch also designed a bird feeder, which collects water from its roof and channels it into a bird bath underneath it. In a world where solar panels are still unattainable for most, it's nice to see eco innovation in the simplest things.
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