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From creating alien-like foliage sculptures to using smoke machines and neon lights amongst her bloomsThe athlete who competed Sunday had tested positive in an, FreakHaus is not your average floristAccording to researchers at University College London, that.

Eden Ranelli, who trained as an interior architect, mixes mediums and concepts for clients who dare to be differents Cheyenne Bholla.

“I look at flowers as a material to build and create art, rather than just looking at them through a floristry lens,” Ranelli says.

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