Links We Love, 7/11/12

Links We Love, 7/11/12

July 11, 2012
Photo by: courtesy Nabito Architects & Partners

Cool tech gadgets, a living garden wall, art at the MoMA’s Sculpture Garden and more in today’s Links We Love.

-The Sensational Garden (pictured) in Frosinone, Italy is the city's first public space. Divided into five areas, each representing one of the five human senses, residents are meant to get to know each other in a playful and interactive space. [contemporist]

-Whether you have a serious green thumb or can’t seem to keep even cactus alive, Bitponics could be the ultimate gardening tool for you! The “personal gardening assistant” can monitor any hydroponic growing system so information like lighting cycles and pH balance can be viewed on your computer. [coolhunting]

-Displayed at the MoMA’s Sculpture Garden is German artist Katharina Fritsch’s Group of Figures. It consists of nine life-size statues finished in bold colors! [MoMA]

-Laura Yeats is a woodworker known for keeping the reclaimed wood she uses as close to its organic shape as possible. If you are near Orcas Island, she holds summer workshops where you can create your own one of a kind bowl! [yeats design]

-In Barcelona, a living Garden Wall transforms the neighborhood while also promoting a sustainable, green lifestyle.