Power flow­ers

Flo­ral ar­range­ments get a con­tem­po­rary ren­o­va­tion

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Who says that the botan­i­cal beau­ti­fi­ca­tion of our in­te­ri­ors must take the form of bunches of flow­ers ar­ranged clas­si­cally in gap­ing vases? De­sign­ers are in­creas­ingly re­think­ing the way we style our stems. ja­pan-based Stu­dio note and Ital­ian de­signer Sara ric­cia­rdi have made a num­ber of sculp­tural stands that al­low flow­ers and fronds to be­come ex­ten­sions of the piece, shun­ning the tra­di­tional reser­voir of water, and al­low­ing the veg­e­ta­tion to be­come a build­ing block of the liv­ing sculp­ture. other de­sign­ers cur­rently fram­ing flow­ers in­no­va­tively in­clude tino Seu­bert, Katia tol­stykh, Da­vide Aquini and brooks­bank & Collins.

from left, ‘nep­tis’ vase, £360, by brooks­bank & Collins. ‘totem’ vase, €900, by SARA RIC­CIA­RDI. ‘NARCISSUS’ vase, £2,900, by tino Seu­bert. flow­ers, from bloom & WILD, bloomand­wild.com

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