Amazing Moss and Concrete Sculptures From Robert Cannon

Amazing Moss and Concrete Sculptures From Robert Cannon

Robert Cannon is a Yale graduate interested in Architecture, a domain which he masters, considering the amount of awards he he received throughout the years. However, today we would like to present a different type of design: these amazing moss and concrete sculptures are the definition for living decorations. Original and aesthetic, they bring a unique touch to any garden or terrace. The fun thing about them is that the moss grows in time, which is an interesting process to observe for any gardener. The sculptures are various, covering a wide range of subjects. We like each and everyone of them. What’s your pick? -via Yanko Design

6 comments

  • Alex April 9, 2010 at 11:31 AMLogin to Reply →

    This Idea of a great combination has impressed me very much. Especialy because I had similar one lately but that was concerning a wire or metal sticks twined with plants

  • Terraform Sculpture de Robert Cannon, impresionantes esculturas de musgo y hormigón | Aves Nocturnas | avesnocturnas.es April 9, 2010 at 11:41 AMLogin to Reply →

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  • niko April 9, 2010 at 19:20 PMLogin to Reply →

    Splendid indeed!! ;) just the right twist of tripyness that sculptures need to bring out the contrast in its fullest. 5 stars!

  • Esculturas vivientes. « Chapis!! April 11, 2010 at 13:16 PMLogin to Reply →

    […] 11 Abril 2010 Hermosas creaciones del arquitecto Robert Cannon!, me encanaria tener una en mi balcon y ver como el musgo va a ir  creciendo poco a poco. (Fotos via Freshome) […]

  • Anand Kabra Fusion Couture May 14, 2010 at 15:08 PMLogin to Reply →

    […] the island, I was inspired by photos of Le Corbusier’s Ronchamps chapel and Robert Cannon’s terraform sculptures. The island was needed to anchor the center of the space, and its mass created a natural divider […]

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