Karol Podyma’s Łąki Kwietne firm has blazed a trail both home and abroad in its quest to fill towns with eco-minded meadows.
According to the green-fingered organisers: “Scythe cutting is growing in popularity because lawn mowers make a lot of noise and release a lot of fumes. It is unpleasant to push a lawn mower around, but scythe cutting is a beautiful thing with an interesting history.”
Warsaw architects have designed a house that will be submerged into its grassy environment. With a planned meadow roof and sloping ramps that give access in and out of the camouflaged home, the house sports a sleek spy vibe.