Singapore is making a big step forwards in Local Sustainable Food Production with the opening of a Commercial Vertical Farm. This Farm is world’s first commercial Vertical farm and produces 1 ton of Vegetables locally grown. For now the farm only produces three varieties of Veggies but when new investors are found the farm […]Read More Singapore has First Commercial Vertical farm!.
“Great City will demonstrate that high-density living doesn’t have to be polluted and alienated from nature. Everything within the built environment of Great City is considered to enhance the quality of life of its residents. Quite simply, it offers a great place to live, work and raise a family.” Chicago based Architects Adrien Smith & […]Read More Plans for China’s first Self Sufficient City , Chengdu Tianfu.
The New Zealand Government have got behind a $250,000 aid project and have built a trial aquaponics system on the Cook island of Rarotonga , located in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean. Many of the Islanders have limited access to fresh water and lacked suitable soil for producing food. Given that a […]Read More Aquaponics in the Pacific.
Architect Jose Selgas made this creation for the Venice Architecture Biennale 2012. This hydroponic system is built to show us the use of different materials to grow plants with,and even with existing materials made for other purposes. This system is easy adaptable in any building and let you grow plants on places that were unsuitable […]Read More Hydroponics at Venice Architecture Biennale 2012.
Matt Liotta, founder of Atlanta-based start-up, PodPonics, aims to offer the ability to grow organic hydroponic lettuce locally in specially outfitted recycled shipping containers. These computer-controlled environmental systems have a bunch of great features: regulate temperature, humidity, pH levels and carbon dioxide outfitted with organic hydroponic nutrient solutions lights emit a specific spectrum at different […]Read More Shipping Container Nursery,Podponics!.
One of Britain’s leading Garden and Landscape-designer Andy Sturgeon created this flying garden for EDF London Eye as part of London’s Southbank and Bankside Cultural Quarter Cityscapes Festival. The inaugural Cityscapes garden design festival takes place over the summer at venues such as the Old Vic Tunnels, Architecture Foundation and Design Museum. It showcases the […]Read More London Eye Flying Garden
Rooftop Honey from MilkBottleSays on Vimeo.Read More Rooftop Honey – Video