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Snapshot: Nature as Art in Architecture

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 30, 2013 01:10 AM
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by Adrienne Breaux last modified Jan 22, 2013

Ever notice how some houses are wide open when it comes to natural light and nature itself? Windows feature beautiful views of countrysides or equally lovely views of yards and patios. But other homes close those windows right up, showcasing a nice home with good art, but no nature? This — Continue reading …




 

 

Ever notice how some houses are wide open when it comes to natural light and nature itself? Windows feature beautiful views of countrysides or equally lovely views of yards and patios. But other homes close those windows right up, showcasing a nice home with good art, but no nature? This could just be our opinion, but we think nature is the ultimate art. And while not everyone is lucky enough to get to have a great view, we’ve all got windows. Why not put a planter outside or line a window sill with herbs? Build an ivy-colored trellis on the windows or plant a small tree outside in view?

The point we’re trying to make and the question we’re here to ask, is, isn’t nature, quite possibly, the best wall art of all? 

Image: La Boheme Blog via Linny Morris  Dwell

 

 

 
 
 

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