February 2, 2012

Green design solutions - moss carpets

Living green design solutions are fresh and inspiring. More and more architects and designers show their extraordinary imagination in designing green interiors.

I love especially the below one, designed by Makoto Azuma, Japan-based flower artist, who has created a moss carpet system that can flow through your home in any design you wish, creating a living, breathing textile The carpet is exquisite and it can easily turn any house into a unique and nice place to live in.

It was presented on Milan Furniture Show.

Photos by China Blue

Photo by Tree Village
This is beautiful example how to change your lawn, which will look miserable anyway in shady area, into stylish nook. 

Photo by Lars Plougmann

Amazing green design solution! But how to get rid of the small critters living naturally there? 

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TrädgårdsPrinsessan said...

Really, really nice!


Mark and Gaz said...

Love the mossy carpets, look great in the clinical white setting.

Bangchik and Kakdah said...

I wonder what would cats and dogs think of mossy carpets.. hmmm.

Ewa said...

Bangchik - good point! Will u try?

Hydro Pros said...

Love the Mossy Carpets! What an interesting concept. Definitely has my gears turning... wonder what my dogs would do to it...

Darla said...

Very interesting. I believe I will leave the moss carpets and throw rugs for the gardens.

stadtgarten said...

That's very interesting and looks beautiful, but I wouldn't like gras-tapestry behind my bed!
Have a nice weekend, Monika

Ewa said...

Monika, but what about such tapestry in the garden?

Reed said...

MOSS Carpet? That's just, AWESOME!

Loved your blog and awesome pictures!


Campanula said...

wanna have the tapestry and the bed in my room!

_rheingruen said...

-I like the idea to handle Mossy Carpet as art.
It looks like modern, living greenart inside and outsinde. The green color is beautiful it doesn´t need flowering to add interest to a gardenspot.-Greetings rheingruen