"Zero yard space is no longer an excuse for skipping a garden. Grow vertically, thanks to the bag planter from West Elm. This handy hanger will fit in pretty much anywhere, and is also useful if you want to keep your plants up and away from little hands (or paws)."
"Très tendance, le mur végétal trouve aussi bien sa place au milieu du séjour que sur une façade extérieure. C'est un concept moderne, esthétique, mais aussi écologique. Le choix du type d'installation et des végétaux est très important... "
Shen Shaomin: "Bonsai-NO.39", Eli Klein Fine Art, 2007
size: h: 36.6 x w: 54.4 x d: 27.5 in / h: 93 x w: 138.2 x d: 69.8 cm, materials: Plants, iron tools
Shaomin's bonsai works use the manipulation and torture of these plants in order to question our current attitudes towards consumption and nature whilst examining Chinese culture. The intimately scaled, beautiful and ancient looking trees are twisted and buckled using metal instruments reminiscent of dental equipment. Accompanied by text these small objects question the viewers sense of their own environments and the concerned yet oblivious perspective the majority of us exercise on a day-to-day basis.
Aesthetically these small scaled works conjure ideas of destruction versus nurture and traditional versus industrial, awakening the uncanny.
Defying gravity, it’s a unique upside-down planter that encourages abundant greenery at home without sacrificing floor space. I already show you this innovative design at the house of the Brazilian architect Leo Romano, do you remember? Today I’ll show you an easy tutorial DIY found at Design Sponge to create your own upside-down planter. Look up and enjoy the beauty of nature with this eco-sensitive element and don’t forget: green is the new black!
Vous vous intéressez aux nouvelles technologies ? Vous aimez les objets de décoration au design original ? Vous n’avez pas le temps de vous occuper de vos plantes ? Une étrange malédiction vous empêche de conserver une plante en vie ...
"With asbestos, formaldehyde, and other VOCs leaching off every wall of our home, it’s no surprise that indoor pollution may be causing 50% of illnesses worldwide. If you experience headaches on a regular basis and the reason simply can’t be pinpointed, consider the pollution in your home as the cause. The good news is that you can cleanse the air within your home with air purifying plants – what better way to solve a problem than with nature."
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