24. August 2016


“Forest bathing” is good for the soul – according to the Japanese. We agree and give a special radiance to the trees by clouding them in mist. We do this pointedly with small nozzles – from the treetops, the branches or from the ground. We develop our ideas by visiting the location – for every tree has its own personality that we aim to discover. Is it gnarled and knotty or elegantly slim, is it straight or crooked, frail or robust? Does it stand by itself, in a group or in a line? How much light spills through its leaves, how is it moved by the wind? After a close observation we decide how to let the mist emerge or cast its veil over the plants. Brief moments that leave a lasting impression!

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