Books: Capturing the Personalities of German Office Plants

By David Schonauer   Wednesday July 11, 2018

In 2008, German photographer Frederik Busch was working on corporate assignment when he noticed a row of plants in an office hallway. “And they looked like sculptures,” he tells The New York Times, which spotlights Busch’s new book German Business Plants.  For Busch, notes The Times, these plants have no less personality than their human counterparts. “I have a sensitivity for plants,” Busch tells The Times. “I approach them as beings, as living organisms and at the same time as kinetic sculptures. They just move very slowly.”

Read the whole story at The New York Times.


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