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Blumenhaus Magazine

Blumenhaus Magazine - Issue 2

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Blumenhaus explores Botany with a romantic approach through 196 pages of editorials, portfolios, words & illustrations.

This issue features
- The rising popularity of herbalism
The history of flowers paintings by Netherlandish Renaissance artists
The four seasons
Flowers and leaves, the Indian way
The weirdest orchid specimens

Blumenhaus is a luxurious hybrid of an art book and a magazine founded and designed with care by Camille Gressier & Isabelle Laydier Kristensen.

Blumenhaus travels back in time with a philosophical and romantic approach. Written exclusively in English by a group of professional editors & journalists specialized in botany, it focuses as much on the aesthetic side – mixing contemporary visuals and antique archives – as on bringing insight to its readers.

Blumenhaus is more than just a book, it will become part of your interior as a complete lifestyle object.

196 pages / 25 x 34 cm

Made in Paris. Printed in Spain on offset quality paper. Cover 350g, inside 120g.

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Reviewed by Heather C.
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So wonderful, as always!

It is such a delight to shop at The Quiet Botanist! I wasn't sure which edition of the magazine was for sale, and got a lovely (and quick) email clarifying for me. Thank you and I look forward to shopping again soon with you! Happy New Year!

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The Most Gorgeous Magazine

Words cannot describe how beautiful this piece of print is. A work of art in itself, and I love that The Quiet Botanist carries it.

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