Clay is a self-contained watering can from a series of experimental work on the firing temperature of clay.

The micro-porous structure of ceramic fired at a temperature of 980 ° C allows water to seep through the wall of the object. It ends its way at the roots of the plant which derives the nutritional needs it needs. Its chromatic kinship with that of the pot on which it rests allows it to blend into space and integrate into the habitat.
Clay is available in three different types of firing, the temperatures of which modify the porosity and the color of the ceramic. This structural change in the porous material allows the watering can to be used for various types of plants.

Clay - 2013
Autonomus watering can