Michal moved to London in 2007, where he undertook initial floristry studies in the UK and Poland. Then he completed Master Floristry studies in Switzerland and Austria and graduated as a Master Florist.
The talented studio team have carved out an outstanding reputation, specialising in high-end weddings of any scale, and corporate & events floristry, spanning high profile business and fashion industry clients to luxury bespoke brands
“Foraging for rare flowers and unusual plants, discovering
new varieties and exploring the beauty of the natural habitat is one of my biggest joys. My childhood memories are steeped in the countryside at my grandparents’ house, although I grew up in a small city in Poland.
I spent countless hours foraging around their beautiful garden and my unbridled passion for flowers, definitely stems from my grandma and mother. Both big influences on my life, they were avid gardeners. So much of my childhood was shaped by endless days spent tending to Grandma’s colourful garden, soaking up the sunset, sipping home-grown mint tea, eating crumble cake with homegrown plums, cherries or rhubarb. Her garden was always in bloom, a shock of stunning colours with different type of roses, dahlias, zinnias, forget-me-nots, clematis, or sweet peas climbing on a lamp post.”
“Studying Master Floristry in Switzerland and Austria, was all encompassing and totally unique. The course combined art and floristry – so that meant studying architectural styles, understanding colour, psychology of colour, principles of design, understanding forms and shapes to trend forecasting, botanics, expansive plant and flower knowledge, as well as gaining invaluable insight into different materials, fabrics, textures to visual merchandising.
Today, one of my biggest joys as a Master Florist, is unearthing less common types of flowers such as perfumed roses, David Austin roses, parrot tulips, or new varieties of clematis.
My overriding pleasure in creating floral art is the subtle juxtaposition of artistry and design to produce something of intrinsic beauty, so people can indulge in the sheer delight.”
is a sustainability engineer and business partner at Blooming Haus. He recently completed an MBA degree, and provides business and organisational skills running Blooming Haus daily operations.
“I grew up in the Lebanese Mediterranean mountains in swelteringly hot summers and freezing winters, where the extreme mountain climate created the perfect conditions for all flora to thrive. This set the seed of my unwavering interest in planting vegetables and growing flowers, which I would always overwater as a child, fearing they would dry up.
I loved the beautiful palette of colours in different seasons - of irises, anemones, poppies, wild thyme, hyacinths or crocuses covering fields.
My overriding childhood memories are filled with apple-picking at my grandma’s, and the enormous rose bush that still grows next to her wisteria-covered pagoda. After all these years, it still continues to bloom every spring and summer. Even today, Grandma’s pagoda is the central point for every family meet up on Sunday afternoons”.
“I just close my eyes for a second, and I can still visualise
the delightful colours and smell those magical flowering aromas. My obsession with planting, not surprisingly over the years, developed into a deeper interest in the environment and creating green living spaces.”
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