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Modern Garden Pavement with Lighting by Serralunga

May 05, 2011 By: Momoy Category: Garden

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‘Light up your live’, would be the best expression attributed to this walkover lighting which consists of a set of five lamps. The inventor, Roberto Paoli, obtains his inspiration from Michael Jackson’s video and these lamps can be placed along the pathways to your door. The best thing is you can arrange these lamps into any shape you like such as the path to the door of your house, or the adornment you place around your gazebo in order to heighten the romantic nuance. It is like bringing moonbeam along your beautiful garden for you may walk over them admiring their white lights. Then, at the dark night when no moonlight penetrates the trees in your gardens, these walkover lighting will shine through, showing its grandeur in showering your lovely garden and front yard with its light. No wonder if the walkover lighting from Serralunga is chosen to excel the quality of your house with its magnificent garden full of light.

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Beautiful Roof Garden Design Ideas by Caliper Studio

January 12, 2011 By: Momoy Category: Featured, Garden

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Caliper Studio have turned a couple of dull low-rise brick buildings in the heart of the West Village in New York City into an extraordinary green scape that enhances the neighborhood views. This studio and apartment is completed with a penthouse emerging from the garden roof. To top it off, it is also energy efficient. The rooftop garden is an extraordinary green space. The natural feel is created by combining two separate building roofs at different elevations into one continuous system. The impact is not merely functional but also visual and the expansive green also helps to reduce the heat island effect, cooling the area down in summer time. Design by Caliper Studio

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Modern Planter Design for Urban Balcony by Royer and Thirion

January 07, 2011 By: Momoy Category: Garden

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Adding greenery to the electrified, modernistic, metalic interior feels like adding fresh gush of oxygen into a suffocating room. It’s refreshing and relieving. And thet’s what the design students at the University of Nîmes, and Noémie Royer Lorraine Thirion have attempted to achieve with planters “Kubes” on the balcony of the company MSV. The planters are made of sheet metal, rubber and plastic. These planters facing double straddling the railing and let it install plants on both sides at various heights. Here some technical specs; dimensions (L xlxh) : 200 x 200 x 400 mm Dimensions (LxWxH): 200 x 200 x 400 mm, weight: 1 kg.

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Modern Indoor Landscaping Design by Paula Haynes – Nocturne of the Limax maximus

December 27, 2010 By: Momoy Category: Landscaping

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The New York artist and landscape designer Paula Hayes has been widely known for her botanical sculptures which are basically vessels made from blown glass, silicone, or acrylic and filled with a rich variety of plant life expressing the imaginative containers and the microcosmic universes within. Recently Hayes has considered for a museum a fifteen-foot-long, wall-mounted horizontal sculpture and a free-standing, egg-shaped, floor-to-ceiling structure full of a variety of living plants. These vessels will definitely lit up the museum especially during winter season. Design by Paula Haynes.

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Potato Planter for Small Balcony, Patio or Deck

September 26, 2010 By: Momoy Category: Garden

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This Potato Planter enable you to grow your own spuds on your patio, deck, balcony, or just about anywhere you want easily. What you need to do is setting up the container, planting your tubers and when it’s time to harvest, simply open the door on the bottom and pull them out by hand. The plants will continue producing potatoes until you have harvested the whole planter and is reusable year after year. It’s so much fun!

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