In colorful collaboration with landscape artist Cornelius Gavril, architecture studio Piuarch has transformed the facade of its Milan-based headquarters into a hanging garden. A colorful curtain of flowers.
Called Flowerprint, the immersive installation brightens up the building with a sky-high wall of cascading flora.
Over 2,000 of sweet-smelling flowers like roses, lilies, and carnations to aromatic herbs like lavender, rosemary, and mint.
The beautiful hanging lowers are arranged in a way that evokes a woven tapestry. And emphasizes the diversity of their colors, shapes, and sizes.
This age-old trick provides nutrients for the flowers, ensuring an extended lifespan. Consequently, a longer-lasting work of elegant ephemeral art.