It’s big enough to grow a substantial amount of food, yet small enough to fit into any city apartment.
This stunning design allows people, building, and garden to co-exist in a way that was symbiotic. The result is an indoor environment that’s unlike anything we’ve ever seen.
A Minnesota start-up company is sprouting past obstacles with a compact, energy-efficient design it thinks could be a new model for urban farming.
The San Francisco Giants recently announced that its centerfield bleachers will soon be replaced with a huge organic garden designed by EDG Design Group.
The aptly-named Higher Ground Farm will open this spring on the roof of the Boston Design Center, cultivating an amazing 55,000 square feet, or a little over an acre.
A former NASA scientist is helping Colorado weed growers use hydroponics to maximize their yield.
Brandon Martella’s prescription for food sustainability in San Diego is a mixed-use residential tower for the Gaslamp district with an integrated vertical farm.
Japan’s Daiwa House Industry developed a parking-space-sized vegetable factory that’s perfect for urban farmers.
The Click & Grow electronic smartpot system allows you to grow a variety of plants at the touch of a button.
What if plants could be more than just decorations or source of nourishment? New, plant-based concepts are cropping up in the interior design word, and we’ve rounded up some of the best.
First Fruits Farm is recycling machinery to make a DIY farming model to grow sustainable, organic food with the help of robots and renewable energy.