On the façade of a former industrial building in the center of Milan, a vibrant tableau of multicolored blooms and botanical life has taken shape. Rooted on the exterior of architecture studio Piuarch’s headquarters, ‘Flowerprint’ forms an impromptu vegetable patch and garden from the building’s roof to ground floor. Developed during Milan design week 2017, the installation features a cascading display of 2,000 flowers, including roses, oriental lilies, carnations, and aromatic plants such as thyme, sage, lavender, rosemary, and mint.

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