Architects and Artisans Magazine reports on WHY Landscape’s experimental garden, “Float, Flutter, Flow”

[…] In the gardens of a chateau in the Loire Valley stands a soft sculpture designed and built by wHY’s New York landscape studio.

It’s called “Float Flutter Flow,” and for good reason.

Its centerpiece is a canopy of 46,000 white goose feathers sewn onto cotton bias and attached via snap ties to a near-transparent mesh netting, hung by cables attached to steel poles.

The canopy’s designed to guide visitors through the garden, filter the light and protect them from the weather. It’s also designed to let life and beauty evolve – especially the local bird population. […]

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August 5th, 2019
Sustainability,  Urban Parks