Italians Piuarch and Cornelius Gavril are planing to fill a whole gallery space with suspended Japanese-style kokedamas. Made with moss as plant containers and designed for the upcoming Fuorisalone, the FlyingGarden installation will feature 150 different plants, including aromatic herbs, vegetables and flowers that bring a fresh aesthetic into work environments.
The FlyingGarden installation will cover the façade and interior spaces of Piuarch’s studio in Milan. Piuarch, the 2013 Italian Architect Prize Winner, designed the blooming installation to look like a constellation of colors and scents for next week’s Milan Furniture Fair. If you are around, go and check it out, and while you are there make sure to stop by the studio’s brand new roof garden.
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Photos by Piuarch and Cornelius Gavril