Flexible, cocooning, private, verdant and healthily connected. The contemporary workspace might not be in an office at all, it will be connected, cocooning and, most probably, between the bathroom the living room, or in the nearest park!
In the hearth of Milan,CRA-Carlo Ratti Associati has created THE CIRCULAR GARDEN, an architectural structure composed of a series of arches made from a record one-kilometer-long mycelium.
The new Jameel Arts Centre by Serie Architects is a cultural hub featuring a white cluster of galleries, 7 desert gardens and an open-air sculpture park overlooking Dubai creek.
The Living Nature garden pavilion by Carlo Ratti for Salone del Mobile uses energy flow controls to allow spring, summer, autumn and winter to coexist under the same roof.
Four seasons flourishing under the same roof, a glowing-city at Brera Botanic Orchard and a forest of lanterns under the castle. Nature conquers Milan Design Week 2018; discover green pavilions by Kengo Kuma, piuarch, Mario Cucinella, Carlo Ratti and more…
A 3D-printed champagne vine to chill out fancifully and a bioresponsive forest, a decompressing green-hub where people can connect and a Shakespearean secret garden. Relax, at four temporary gardens in London.
Perrier-Jouët Fleurs des Rêves: Bompas and Parr created colour changing flours for an dreamy installation that blends the vernaculars of French decadence, chemistry and an ultra-exotic flower shop.
At DesignMiami/ 2014, Perrier-Jouët installation by mischer’traxler featured a mechanical garden that bloomed when you moved away from it and botanical patterns that blossomed from mirrors to the walls as soon as you turned away.
Young designer Tania da Cruz designed Wig vase, a ceramic creation inspired by Amedeo Modigliani portraits that allows in-bud flower designers to go crazy experimenting floral hairstyles.
In buzzy Clapham, London, two entrepreneurs and a Michelin-starred chef launch the first underground farm of sustainable and mouthwateringly fresh micro-greens and salads.
Taylor Cullity Lethlean won the Landscape of the year Award at the World Architecture Festival with a garden that puzzles 100 forests of the world’s most endangered tree species.
Garden Glory design brand of green-fingers’ tools plays the tongue-in-cheek card to affabulate “glamorous people with dirty nails”.
Taylor Cullity Lethlean designed the Australian Garden, a natural park and a botanic path that shows how water shapes the country’s landscape.