Instead of knocking down an abandoned section of freeway in Seoul, design company MVRDV are turning it into a beautiful skygarden with 254 different species of trees, shrubs and flowers.
Lego fans may just want to make a trip to selected botanical gardens and zoos located in the USA, as New York artist Sean Kenney’s solo exhibition, Nature Connects, is touring, showcasing whimsical foxes, frogs, butterflies, and bees made entirely of Lego bricks.
With a surface area of 2,289 square meters, the scarily huge vertical garden of the Tree House condominium in Singapore is certainly no shrinking violet. It’s so huge, it recently won the condo a Guinness World Record for having the world’s biggest vertical garden. Not that they’re useless at all: the cooling walls of green […]
Florist, Octopus’s Garden, opened just a few months back, showcasing hanging terrariums, plants in vintage pieces, and pineapple bouquets. Located in Long Jetty (about an hour and a half north of Sydney), the shop really struck a chord with us through their unique approach to plants: nothing is too weird, too wonderful or too stylish […]
The Lost At E Minor team love a good old G&T at the end of a busy week, so when Hendricks invited us out in Sydney to celebrate our beloved beverage of choice we jumped at the chance. Little did we know that we were off to a curious and unusual night to discover the […]
Bridgman is a London-based luxury garden furniture supplier which came up with a great idea: why not build an actual piece of garden furniture? Literally. A garden that can be used as furniture sounds crazy, but they did it with this chair. It looks pretty good and can be used as a chair, although it’s […]
Following his Superhero Photography series which gave popular comic superheroes a proper place in history by inserting them in old wartime photos, Jakarta-based artist Agan Harahap is back with Garden Fresh, where zoo animals go to the supermarket environment and are ‘confronted by a new reality that is in conﬂict with their natural habits and habitats’. A pelican shops for fish, a bunny sniffs out green produce, and a tiger sticks its nose among frozen chicken meat, for instance. Reminds us of the human race actually.