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Renovated by the Japanese architecture firm Nendo, this house surprises with its walls covered with arabesques of dried moss.



Inspired by the vegetation that colonizes the walls bordering the nearby river Shibuya, Nendo team has covered the interior walls of the Tokyo home of an organic pattern, plant replay classic wallpaper.





To learn more about this project, visit the site of the studio Nendo.



Similarly, also see our article "Environmental Graffiti": With "Mossenger", the artist Anna Garforth uses foam to compose her message on a London wall and thus offers an ecological and poetic alternative to the tags painted in our streets. Read more...



Source: Inhabitat



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