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Current Obsessions: Wit and Whimsy

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Current Obsessions: Wit and Whimsy

September 3, 2016

From eccentric topiaries to growing furniture, here’s what we’ve been in awe of this week.

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Above: Upping the ante on green innovation, Italian design collective Nucleo has updated its popular design for a grass armchair. The Terra 2.0 has a cardboard frame that grows into a chair when it is filled with soil. Photo courtesy of Nucleo.

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Above: We’ve been admiring the living outdoor wall designed by Elliot Goliger Bay Area-based Artisans Landscape Inc. The myriad of colors has us eager for the new season.  Photo courtesy of Artisans Landscape.

Our Latest Instagram Obsession

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Above: French landscape design firm Terrasses des Oliviers produces urban and rural gardens fit for any European dream (@tdo_paysage).

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