Skygarden is hidden in a minimalist shape
As its name suggests, through this creation by the Dutch designer Marcel Wanders, it is possible to enjoy a “sky garden” thanks to a suspension diffuser which is internally decorated with flowers, berries and leaves. A composition reminiscent of an antique decorated plaster ceiling
Designer Marcel Wanders
Photography Santi Caleca, Piero Fasanotto
“In my former house I had a fabulous antique decorated plaster ceiling. I called it my Skygarden, it always looked good even without me having green fingers or taking care of it very well. It didn’t need water or sun but would live only on the warm rays of the electrical light under it.
I loved it so much that by the time I moved houses I could not leave it. I had to find a way to take it to my new home. I took my tools and stole it from the ceiling. This fabulous pieces of history is now secretly hidden in a minimalist architectural sphere in the hearth of my new home where I can enjoy it with friends. “If you tell no-one, I can share it with you”. – Marcel Wanders