This floral lounge installation looks like an upside-down meadow in an otherwise normal space.
Designed for NetJets' Collectors Lounge at the Art Basel, British artist Rebecca Louise Law appropriately named this floral lounge installation 'Growth.' The installation is made up of 7,500 preserved flowers that come in 15 different species. The flowers were sculpted and entwined with copper wires to allow them to hang from the ceiling. The artist perfectly combines colors and creates patterns and the result is a beautiful botanical installation that is truly captivating. The floral piece will also be placed in one of the company's private jets, making the experience of flying private that much more luxurious.
The Growth installation is intricate and perfectly intersects nature and design.
Floral Lounge Areas
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Organ-Shaped Flower Arrangements
Botanical 3D Artwork
Pressed Flower Art (UPDATE)