P.M. Lydon installed an indoor forest for a week long exhibit in tent gallery. The exhibit sees a tree 'breaking' through a wall with its leaves recklessly scattered all over the ground.
The idea of a contemporary workspace has become bigger these days as the focus has shifted more toward the well being of the employees. Going from a generic workplace to something with a personality all its own has become more normal these days.
This indoor forest is a major example of this shift and stands to tell a story about growth and development. The forest takes on a pseudo "elephant in the room" quality by being a big treed branch in the middle of the room but also being simply a centerpiece to the office.
Photo Credits: designboom, pmlydon
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