Milan Design Week is the New York Fashion week of the design world. I was bummed I was unable to attend, so I lived vicariously through other bloggers and publications that went. The installations and pieces were completely out of this world, but when I came across Flowerprint on designboom, my heart skipped a beat.

The design studio Piuarch, in collaboration with landscape architect Cornelius Gavril, have created a botanical installation of epic proportions. Using 2,000 flowers to create a floral wall on the exterior of the Piuarch studio and comprised of everything from roses, and lilies, to thyme, rosemary, this installation smells as good as it looks. Perfumes by Adar Outdoor fragrances, and Vervedivo emanate the scent of freshly cut grass. This installation looks like something straight out of a gardener’s fantasy. View photos of Flowerprint below. 

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