In mid-October, florists from across the country filled every nook and cranny of an abandoned house in Detroit with American-grown fresh flowers and living plants for a weekend-long installation that attracted over three thousand visitors.
Flower House was created by Lisa Waud, who says she was inspired by the large-scale artworks of Christo and Jeanne-Claude and a 2012 runway show by Raf Simons for Christian Dior.
The walls, ceilings and floors were filled with flowers—with participating florists given one of the 16 rooms to transform into a plant sanctuary.
Professional photographer Heather Saunders, who also volunteered as the project’s media coordinator, documented the entire process and breathtaking end results (prints from Flower House are available here).
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[via twisted sifter]