After Warmenhoven made the incubator, whose bonsai plant addresses our urge to control nature, she circled back to highlight the very first part of the growing process: germination. On the left is a holding tank where plant cuttings develop roots; the vessel on the right helps seedlings sprout. It uses a water absorption process similar to the incubator, which the designer tested on two cans of water.
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After Warmenhoven made the incubator, whose bonsai plant addresses our urge to control nature, she circled back to highlight the very first part of the growing process: germination. On the left is a holding tank where plant cuttings develop roots; the vessel on the right helps seedlings sprout. It uses a water absorption process similar to the incubator, which the designer tested on two cans of water.