Flowers Afloat.

Thursday, March 26, 2015

For those of you who loved the room with the dandelion canopy, the greenhouse made of sugar, or the umbrella that mimics light through the leaves of trees, here's another wild, wondrous project that may strike your fancy. Called Floating Flower Garden, the installation — housed at Tokyo's Miraikan National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation — features over 2,000 living flowers in what its creators refer to as an interactive garden.


Writes the crew at Japan's teamLab: "Viewers are immersed in flowers, and become completely one with the garden itself...A person will become integrated with a flower when they look at a flower and the flower looks at them; possibly at this [moment], the person will truly see the flower for the first time."

See more at teamLab's site, here. New POV coming tomorrow!

9 comments:

layla said...

This is like the Alice in Wonderland ride at Disneyland come to life... essentially my wildest dream since age 5.

Anonymous said...

So cool!

burntfeather said...

Lovely! It reminds me a little of the Cloud Forest Dome in Singapore's Gardens by the bay. Essentially just a giant greenhouse though I honestly wanted to cry when I stepped in and saw how beautiful it all was. I feel like plants and flowers can have so much power over us (in the best way possible!)

Kathy said...

Wow. Wow! This is breathtaking.

Monica said...

Amazing.

Shoko said...

Fee, that sounds amazing. Would love to see that!

Brianna Soloski said...

Pretty! That museum sounds fascinating in general, too.

Charlotte said...

love this project.

Tiffany said...

This is the product of my most wonderful dreams!

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