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Four Elements of Nature Unified in Feelings! Floral Art

Hanneke Frankema & Max Van de Sluis create a full flower experience

By: THURSD. | 10-06-2021 | 1 min read
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An impressive display of amazing and inspiring decorations. That's what the renowned flower design event FleurAmour is known for. With a theme of "Passion for Flowers", the 2016 flower design event was centered around the four elements of earth, water, air, and fire.

Feelings! the Floral Arrangement

This impressive gathering of floral designers from all over the world creates an admiring atmosphere and results in an assembly of creative flower displays. Time to look back at the floral arrangement called 'Feelings!'.
Four Elements of Nature Unified in Feelings! Floral Art - floral installation entrance - hanneke frankema and max van de sluis - g-fresh article on thursd
Photography: Nico Alsemgeest
This floral art installation is made by talented floral designers Hanneke Frankema & Max Van de Sluis. A type of floral art that created a full experience using all the natural elements in harmony with the castle of Alden Biesen. All flowers are carefully selected by Piet van Kampen of floral sponsor G-Fresh.
Four Elements of Nature Unified in Feelings! Floral Art - floral installation from below - hanneke frankema and max van de sluis - g-fresh article on thursd
Photography: Nico Alsemgeest

A Full Experience by G-Fresh

With flowers directly from the grower by G-Fresh, Hanneke and Max definitely created 'Feelings' around this masterpiece of natural elements, drama, and movement.
"Trying to create a full experience, due to the major location on the event. The most important thing of the concept is to show the full body, movement, color, and simply the nature of the flowers. The experience will get a boost thanks to lounge in the middle of the design." Hanneke Frankema shares with FlowerWeb.

The Four Elements

Water is life and is represented in this design by the water in tubes. This is in contrast with the colorfulness of the flowers which represent the element of fire. The element air is incorporated by the massive transparency of the design.
Four Elements of Nature Unified in Feelings! Floral Art - floral installation in total - hanneke frankema and max van de sluis - g-fresh article on thursd
Photography: Nico Alsemgeest

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