The Jenna Spevak '8 Extraordinary Greens' gallery is keen on adding a little life to the room -- literally -- as her art gallery exhibition features rooms with little plots of green integrated into the furnishing.
Contrasting the browns of the chairs, tables and armoires on display, Spevak situates bins of bright-green kale, arugula, cress and beets sporadically. Her aim is to show how people can live much closer to their own food supply. Visitors to the art exhibit may also purchase these bins of micro greens for a self-determined price.
Space-saving, efficient and a mod fusion of natural and industrial, this art gallery is inspiration for designers all 'round. Signalling the forefront of an interior design revolution, this abstract art piece could potentially change the livelihood of the masses from here on out.
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