After twenty years in his flower shop in Saint- Avertin, florist Jean-François Boucher left the family business to follow his heart and focus solely on his art, without having to put energy in the obligatory commercial flower work. And where better to do this than at the stunning Château de Chenonceau, one of those fairytale type castles in the French Loire Valley. Since 2015 Jean-Francois has been appointed ﬂoral scenographer of the estate. Together with his small team he creates new ﬂoral compositions for the castle’s rooms every week. These ‘staged’ flowers emphasize the history of the estate just like any other piece of art or furniture does. Their designs blend in perfectly with the interior and decoration and are in beautiful harmony with the room’s colour code, its perfume and its function. Sometimes they even wink at poetry, art or the historical events that took place in these spaces. The Bouquets of Chenonceau is a magnificent coffee table book that will please both lovers of history and fans of ﬂoral design.
Les bouquets de Chenonceau
Les Bouquets de Chenonceau is a beautiful coffee-table book that will delight both lovers of history and of floral art.
Jouni Seppänen is internationally known as a master florist. After his first book Innovations, Jouni Seppänen introduces himself in his new publication Flower Stories as a designer with a great interest in beautiful women, jewellery, hair design, haute couture and Finnish history.
In hun succesreeks Creatief met bloemen zijn Per, Max en Tomas ondertussen al toe aan hun vierde titel: Afscheid. Net zoals in hun vorige titels (Boeketten, Interieur en Kerstmis) gunnen de floristen van Life3 u een blik achter de schermen. Elke florist toont zeven rouwwerken, gaande van rouwstukken en -kransen tot kistversieringen. Een bron van ideeën voor jonge professionals, maar ook voor iedereen die gepassioneerd is door florale kunst en op een passende manier afscheid wil nemen van een dierbare.