‘babilawn': ornamental air conditioning attachments by daniel licalzi and paul genberg
all images courtesy daniel licalzi and paul genberg
american designers daniel licalzi and paul genberg have developed a solution to help aid the visual pollution caused by air conditioners sticking out from one’s window. influenced by the hanging garden’s of babylon, ‘babilawn’, the faux grass mat attaches to the top of the A/C unit, giving users the opportunity to decorate their ‘lawn’ with miniature ornaments such as a white picket fence, yellow or blue daisies, and even a garden gnome. secured with strong rare earth magnets, the injected molded plastic addition fits any size air conditioner, and is made up of 7.5 inch x 10.5 inch lightweight grass sections.
for more information on the ‘babilawn’ visit kickstarter, as the project is currently seeking funding.
‘babilawn’ DIY edition
garden gnome with white picket fence and daisies
yellow daises edition
customize your own babilawn
designed to allow for AC to ventilate properly
easy to install and secured with strong rare earth magnets
white picket fence: in context
blue daisies: in context
before: the ugly beige A/C box