Buitron, Veronica. PachaMama Pots. Up-cycled cloths , plastic bags , broomstick hooks.2013 
Pacha mama in the Andean belief system means Mother Earth.  This design project is for Pachamama to find places to grow and bring awareness on how the citizens of Quito are getting separated from her. The city of Quito became a walled and contaminated place where nature does not find places to exist. 
Buitron, Veronica. PachaMama Pots. Up-cycled cloths , plastic bags , broomstick hooks.2013 
The PachamamaPots are containers made to be hanged in house's walls and  fences. They are made using basic design skills and easy access materials like old cloths,  plastic shopping bags and broomsticks. The choice of material and manufacturing process allows the designer to, with few means, produce , place and   the pots without  the collaboration of private companies  or institutions.
Buitron, Veronica. PachaMama Pots. Up-cycled cloths , plastic bags , broomstick hooks and shawl.2013 
The designer acts as a temporal nurturer for the PachaMama Pots  in search for spaces where they can be left and adopted by other citizens. The designer channels through these placings  the  silent claims of Mother Nature.
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PachaMama Pots

The PachamamaPots is a design project consisting of hanging plant containers , accessible manufacturing processes and performance. Using few reso Read More
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