Liquid Marble Installation Turns Castle Courtyard Into Fantastical Pool – Design You Trust

Liquid Marble Installation Turns Castle Courtyard Into Fantastical Pool

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For the International Gardens Festival, French designer Mathieu Lehanneur creates his latest installation, Petite Loire, as part of series Liquid Marble, in the courtyard of the arts and nature center domaine de Chaumont-sur-Loire. The illusive installation created by green marble looks like ocean waves caused by the action of wind or ripples on a wind-blown pond.

h/t: vuing

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