quilt garden

quilt garden

Quilt Garden makes it easy to apply a Greenwall even if you don’t have much space. The hexagonal quilt tiles form a whimsical pattern of plants. Each tile appears to be a stylized clod of soil, but in actual fact is a handcrafted fabric of organic material. The fabric of each tile differs and this makes it a natural backdrop for vegetation.

Quilting is a traditional technique to make padded decorative blankets from residual rags. This time-honoured craft is still in use and can draw on very complex patterns. The hexagon pattern of Quilt Garden ensures a organic shaped greenwall.

In some tiles you will find embroidered insects, because insects are indispensable to nature.

Quilt Garden in a combination of five tiles making a modest vertical garden. The design of this space was done by Kim de Groot Creative Concepts for Anne & Max Breda.

Quilt Garden at exposition Mastery, Salone del Mobile Milan 2018

photography Ilco Kemmere

photography Ilco Kemmere

photography Ilco Kemmere

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