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Current Obsessions: A View from Above

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Current Obsessions: A View from Above

January 28, 2017

From enticing tree houses to a wintry recipe, here’s a look at what we’ve been coveting and admiring this week.

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Above: We enjoyed taking a look inside the homes and botanically driven minds of Igor Josifovic and Judith de Graaff, based in Munich and outside of Paris respectively. The two bloggers look at plants for more than their Instagram-worthy characteristics. “Plants should be an integral part of the home, making it not only nicer but also a better and healthier place to live,” says de Graaff. Image courtesy of Freunde von Freunden.

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Above: A Mexican getaway fit for the botany lover: the Treehouse, a new project created by Papaya Playa. Located in Tulum, Mexico, the lofty escape is an “exceptional exercise in eco-design and sustainability cocooned by the verdant jungle.” The treehouse is made of indigenous materials and was built using ancient Mayan construction techniques. Photograph courtesy of Papaya Playa Project.

Instagram Inspiration

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Above: We’re admiring the ethos and work of Copenhagen-based @slow_signevoltelen and @slow_mariehertz. The garden-to-table events at their collaborative greenhouse in Frederiksberg have a loyal following. Photograph via @madaboutcopenhagen.

If you’re like us you’re always on the hunt for new garden finds and inspiration. For more fodder, visit our recent posts:

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