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New Detroit Flower Week Blooms Out Of The Success Of Flower House Experiment

Ideas, like people, evolve and change. What you’ve done in the past should be remembered. But it is what you do today that truly matters. So Lisa Waud and her friends could have sat back, popped open an adult beverage and talked endlessly about an October 2015 event they created called Flower House. It was an amazing experiment, creating a short-term art installation made completely of flowers, plants and imagination within a Hamtramck home. Instead, Waud’s crew are back with their floral in...

Flower Power: Breathing Life Into An Abandoned Home With Blossoms

As many as 100,000 flowers will fill 15 rooms of an abandoned house in the Detroit enclave of Hamtramck this October. The project, currently on the crowdfunding site Indiegogo, is the brainchild of florist Lisa Waud. Waud is the proprietor of Pot & Box here in Detroit. The two properties were purchased in 2014 for the oft-mentioned number of $500. She was inspired, according to the story, by Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s wrapped Pont Neuf bridge in Paris, but this is a different take It has an...

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