What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Repost: The Living Wall



Eco Art Design

11/14/17: As the last of the leaves are falling, I find myself looking for ways to say connected with living things. Eco Art Design from Béziers, France, has cracked the code. They create visually stunning stabilized floral compositions. Stabilized plants are kind of miraculous, actually. They need neither water nor soil nor light, and they can withstand moderate temperature variations (from air conditioning and heating, for example) without issues. Stabilization is achieved through a 100% biodegradable plant conservation process. The plants are able to live for approximately ten years while staying fresh and fragrant and exactly as they would be if they were growing in a more traditional medium.

You can look at all of Eco Art Design’s wonderful projects on their website.

Props to fellow blogger Barbara of The Orange Coat for finding this first. You should go check out her blog. It’s gorgeous!

All images property of Eco Art Design.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

6 thoughts on “Repost: The Living Wall

  1. Never heard of this before today. I wonder if the link to: Eco Art Design’s has a problem. I attempted to follow it two times and both times i never got to an’art’ web site. Ok, moving on, I loved all of them. I am not going to give up, will just open a new window and type in Echo Art Design. I enjoyed them enough to try and learn more. Hal

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  2. This would be nice to have.

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  3. These are cool; I especially like the first one that’s almost like a window through the wall and into nature.

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