Claire Lui

Claire Lui
giant radish
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In honor of Eat Your Vegetables Day tomorrow, Slate and Magnum photos put together a sweet slide show of gardeners and their GIANT vegetables. Read More »
Uncle Sam Garden
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The recent boom in vegetable gardens, Gothamist's new Green Thumb series, and Curbed's outdoor week, in today's link roundup. Read More »
Garden Design
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The artist collective London Fieldworks has been creating fantastic bird houses since 2008, sculptures that draw from sources as diverse as 1960s public housing, dictator's palaces, and more. Read More »
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Gartenkultur of Italy transforms books into witty and whimsical planters, using hardback and paperback volumes to create an array of unusual planters. Read More »
dia beacon garden
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Artist Robert Irwin designed the gardens at Dia:Beacon and the result is a beautiful echo of both the building—a former factory—and the art inside, including works by Richard Serra and Donald Judd. Read More »
Utensil Set
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Should you encourage your children to play with their food? Young gardeners might enjoy this set of utensils disguised as gardening tools. Read More »
James Beard bust
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Our slide show of snapshots from the James Beard garden renovation, fully complete! Read More »
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Philadelphia's Rodin Museum sits on the city's Benjamin Franklin Parkway and just unveiled a massive renovation of its gardens by the landscape firm Olin. We take a tour of the newly renovated gardens. Read More »
lotus flower
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In a small town in Southeast Asia, women use lotus flower fiber to weave a very rare and very expensive fabric. Originally meant for monks, the fabric is now being used by Italian fashion house Loro Piana, but the fabric remains banned in the United States. We take a look at how this sacred plant was transformed into a $5,600 jacket. Read More »
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