Indoor Levitating Forest Greens French Train Station

July 22, 2017

The train station in Angers, France just got very green. Five illuminated “trees” hang from the ceiling in French designer Alexis Tricoire’s latest interior landscape installation.

Tricoire–the self-proclaimed “green fingers designer”–describes The Levitating Forest as a symbolic gateway to the Read More...

The Rise of Urban Vertical Forests

July 15, 2017

Vertical forests–living , breathing skyscrapers enveloped in trees, shrubs, and flowering plants–can, like the one’s featured above, absorb 25 tons of carbon dioxide annually and produce roughly 60 kilograms of oxygen daily, while also promoting local urban biodiversity.

Milan-based Stefano Read More...

“Vegitecture” Project Brings Vertical Farming to Paris Suburb

July 5, 2017

In the Parisian suburb of Romainville, a vertical farming project will transform the concept of urban agriculture in a “vegitecture” complex whose small production loop will enable residents to buy produce directly from their local urban farm.

In a … Read More...

This Table Multi-Functions As Indoor Herb Garden, Cooler, and Storage for Veggies

June 30, 2017

Photo: Robin Plaskoff Horton, Urban Gardens.

I love designs that multitask which is why I am in love with Pre\serve, a low-seating dining collection that is part indoor herb garden, receptacle for storing vegetables, and cooler. The multifunctional table features Read More...

Therapeutic Reflections: The”Breast Cancer Now Garden”

June 14, 2017

Drawing inspiration from breast cancer researchers examining cells through microscopes in the lab, The Breast Cancer Now Garden: Through the Microscope at the 2017 Chelsea Garden Show was a space created to commemorate research scientists dedicated to eradicating breast cancer.Read More...

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