27 Jun '11, 4am

Trove Transforms The Look Of The Cooper Hewitt Garden

Trove Transforms The Look Of The Cooper Hewitt Garden

Photo Bonnie Hulkower Having lived with a view of scaffolding outside my window for the better part of the last five years, I'm sensitive to how unattractive and dark it makes the street look overall. Trove, a New York City-based design and wallcovering company inspired by nature solved this problem, at least for the Cooper Hewitt museum. Trove is known for their large-scale designs, so Cooper Hewitt chose them design a covering to wrap the temporary 80ft tower in the Arthur Ross garden. Trove transforms the tower and adds color and wildlife to the garden with their Azha pattern, a deep blue colored shrim, with moths that look like butterflies in flight.

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/06/trove_transform.p...

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