She Filled A Creepy Old House With Flowers, The Results Are Hauntingly Beautiful.

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A rear view of Flower House, with an amazing mural.

Remember Flower House, artist Lisa Waud's Detroit installation piece that transformed a condemned Detroit home into an art space housing over 4,000 flowers? The house has grown in popularity since we first posted on it, and now, there's a special exhibition coming through that is sure to continue to impress visitors.

The amount of flowers in the condemned home has increased tremendously, going from 4,000 to 36,000. It's even more impressive to look at than it was back in May, and after a special exhibition this weekend, it will all be taken down and repurposed into a flower farm and design center. Check out the final photos of this amazing space below.


Heather Saunders

Heather Saunders

The flowers inside hang from all angles.

Heather Saunders

The presence of Flower House has sparked a lot of conversations about the power of sustainability projects in Detroit.

Heather Saunders

Heather Saunders

The project also gives a nod to Detroit's rich history, temporarily preserving and enhancing one of it's oldest homes.

Heather Saunders

Heather Saunders

The final exhibition gives florists from all over the country a chance to participate in something unusual and new.

Heather Saunders

Heather Saunders

Heather Saunders

The project also hopes to enrich the lives of Detroit locals, who are so often denied access to artistic endeavors such as these.

Heather Saunders

Soon, the entire Flower House will be a farm and design center, only further enhancing the lives (and gardens) of local residents.

Heather Saunders