up in the air
Up in the air is a striking occasional table for home and contract use, developed by Ramón Úbeda and Otto Canalda for the Spanish company Viccarbe.
…flowers require a keen eye to complete an on-point room design…they should live in harmony with the room…your blossoms need to be chosen as carefully as fabulous throw pillows and stunning lighting fixtures…
design imitates fashion imitates art imitates life….
…IN THE END NATURE INSPIRES ALL…
Loving this camouflage look! Images from top to bottom: Interior design by Daun Curry of Modern Declaration, Dress from A-Lab Milano‘s S/S 2012 collection, Skin illustration by artist Emma Hackagainst a Florence Broadhurst wallpaper, and finally, the king of camouflage takes us all to school… a chameleon playing wallflower.
Green Walls brings nature into the urban space by using a new technique that makes it possible to grow plants without soil in a special modular system. Vertical gardens are a beautiful and fascinating break in the crowd of boring facades. A green spot in a sea of concrete and bricks.
The plants seem both thermal insulation and soundproofing. In addition it works also as “air fresheners” … And so it looks pretty wild out visually, and we should certainly spend Green walls in any of our future projects.
Green walls can be deployed in both indoor and outdoor walls, and can also be freestanding.
Here are some examples of facades with green walls. The first is from the Musée du quai Branly in Paris, the second is from the Athenaeum Hotel in London. Both are made by the botanist Patrick Blanc.