Pollinators Paradise

Birds & Bees

Pollinators Paradise, a design by Benjamin Spöth, is a modular garden-object that support certain kind of pollinators with places to breed, shelter, places to sleep and rest, and food. As you might allready know; more then one third of our food (such as fruits, vegetables, seeds and nuts) is depending on pollination by insects. Main pollinators are honey bees, wild bees, bumblebees, wasps, certain species of flies and beetles. While their species and habitats are getting less, on the contrary, our continously growing population on planet earth is demanding more and more, space and food.

Benjamin Spöth

Pollinators Paradise was exhibited at the Graduation Show of the Design Academy Eindhoven, Netherlands, between 20th and 28th October 2012 and at de Keukenhof Lisse.

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  2. Crossing Parallels
  3. Alicia Minnaard
  5. Projecten
  6. AD HOC
  7. Asha Swillens
  8. Scarred Vessels
  9. Ubuntu
  10. Improvisaties op locaties
  11. Chair no. 14
  12. Harmen Brethouwer
  13. Pollinators Paradise
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  15. Trade Union
  16. SNURK
  17. Scholten & Baijings
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