I'm no mathlete, but I've never been more enthusiastic about dodecahedrons than right now. Based out of San Francisco, Meg A. Myers creates these geometrical gems from recycled window glass.
Like tiny elfin greenscapes for the gnome who prefers Palm Springs, I can picture a cluster hanging in a sunny window or nestled on a bookshelf. Also, succulents are having a moment. From bridal bouquets to wedding favors, these hardy little desert sponges are widely available and practically immortal. I find mine at the Georgetown West Elm, and they also sell online.
So go ahead, create your very own miniature Babylon with Meg A. Myers glass terrariums.