A Unique Accent Wall Was Made By Filling A Metal Cage With Walnuts
Yerce Architecture together with ZAAS has created a unique accent wall that’s located in the home office of a loft apartment.
The home owner, a photographer, wanted to have a variety of creative ideas that he could use for his work, and one of those is the inclusion of an interior gabion wall.
Usually, gabion walls are seen filled with rocks and acting as fences in landscaping, but this eye-catching accent wall is filled with walnuts.
By using walnuts, that are held in place with a metal cage, the designers created a natural element in the interior, that would also provide a unique backdrop for their photography client.
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