A Splendid Sculpture Made Of Living Breathing Trees Mr Devotor August 10, 2016 Amazing & Incredible 1391 Well a building doesn’t have to be a too dry and dead thing. The Italian artist “Giuliano Mauri’s” epic Cattedrale Vegetale (or Tree Cathedral) is the textbook example of architecture that, in its place of competing with or complementing nature, is fairly literally a part of it. The late artist’s two groves of trees are destined to grow into a pair of superb basilicas. The framework columns perceived in these photographs will ultimately rot away and decay, to be replaced by the hornbeam trees planted in the center of each frame. As these grow, their canopies will mesh together to form the vaulted ceiling of a Gothic cathedral. Mauri, who was passed away in 2009, actually laid the groundwork for his first visionary cathedral in Valsugana, Italy in 2002. The framework of the cathedral at the foot of Mount Arera in the northern Italian region of Lombardy was well completed in 2010.Source: Borepanda Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsBricklayer Transforms Ordinary Stone into Hypnotically Detailed SculpturesBosnian Artists Creates Stunning Sculptures from Pencil TipsThree Dimensional Goldfish Painted in LayerBritish Artist Created Incredible Life-Size Horses Out of Salvaged DriftwoodKorean Artist Gives New Life to Shattered Porcelain Fragments by Stitching Them with GoldGorgeous Paintings on Fallen Tree Logs Mirror Their Natural OriginsUnbelieveable Sand Drawings by Andres AmadorArtist Spent 7 Years in Turning UK Forests into Attractive and Ghostly Works of ArtTurkish Artist Recreates Classic Works of Art inside Fragile Cracked EggshellsMesmeric Acrylic and Resin Swirl Table Brings the Cosmos to the Dining RoomBroken Vases Stitched by Sewing with Gold ThreadArtist Creates Lovely Blooms with Everyday Objects. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.