Biber Architects Breaks Ground on USA Pavilion With Edible Vertical Garden for the Milan Expo 2015

April 28, 2015 by  
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American Food 2.0 Pavilion to Showcase an Edible Vertical Wall of U.S. Crops at Milan 2015 Expo

April 30, 2014 by  
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Read the rest of American Food 2.0 Pavilion to Showcase an Edible Vertical Wall of U.S. Crops at Milan 2015 Expo Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Architecture , Biber Architects , edible gardens , green events , Landscape Architecture , milan 2015 , photochromatic glass , recyclable steel framing , Recycled Materials , solar panels , sustainable design , US Pavilion for Milan 2015 , vertical gardens

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Piuarch’s FlyingGarden Installation for Milan Resembles Mossy Japanese Kokedamas

April 2, 2014 by  
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Italians Piuarch  and Cornelius Gavril are planing to fill a whole gallery space with suspended Japanese-style  kokedamas . Made with moss as plant containers and designed for the upcoming Fuorisalone , the FlyingGarden installation will feature 150 different plants, including aromatic herbs, vegetables and flowers that bring a fresh aesthetic into work environments. Read the rest of Piuarch’s FlyingGarden Installation for Milan Resembles Mossy Japanese Kokedamas Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Art , Botanical , Cornelius Gavril , edible gardens , FlyingGarden , kokedama , Milan Design Week 2014 , milan furniture fair 2014 , office furnishings , Piuarch , suspended garden , sustainable design        

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LMN Architects’ Seattle Stone34 Complex Will Be Edible!

June 27, 2012 by  
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Seattle’s new Eco-District is getting a brand new addition that is sure to propel the up-and-coming hotspot into a sustainable architectural hub. Designed by LMN Architects , the upcoming Stone34 complex will combine office and retail space, and be edible! Visitors and passersby will be invited to munch on the edible landscaping that will surround the sustainable complex. Read the rest of LMN Architects’ Seattle Stone34 Complex Will Be Edible! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “sustainable architecture” , eco design , eco-district Seattle , edible building , edible gardens , green design , LMN Architects , Stone34 , sustainable design

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Window Farms Lets Green Thumbs Grow Fresh Veggies Indoors

December 2, 2011 by  
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We’ve been fans of Window Farm ‘s edible gardens for long while , and just in time for the holiday season the team has evolved their fantastic gardening systems to create a brand new stand-up version of their original microfarms. These mini-gardens can hang in columns or stand on the sill, allowing you to grow fresh vegetables, herbs, and leafy treats in practically any space. Read the rest of Window Farms Lets Green Thumbs Grow Fresh Veggies Indoors Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: britta riley , edible gardens , indoor gardening , microfarms , window farms , window gardens

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Edible Gardens are Busting Out All Over

September 5, 2011 by  
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Photo: B. Alter Call them edible gardens, or urban agriculture, or guerrilla gardening: whatever. The fact is people are finding unused nooks and crannies to plant vegetables everywhere. In London, Capital Growth is an organization dedicated to doing just that on a city-wide scale. They are aiming for the creation of 2,012 new spaces by 2012 (part of the general 2012 Olympic fever). They held an Edible Gardens Day where the public could visit many of these hidden plots. … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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The World’s Most Incredible Edible Gardens (Slideshow)

August 18, 2011 by  
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Photo: Jose Fuste Raga/Corbis Maybe you’ve only been looking at your vegetable garden as a means to an end: An easy way to get organic herbs, produce, and edible flowers without a grocery-store spending spree or a lineup of tasteless, non-local goods. But as these photos show, your garden can be so much more than that: An eye-catching geometric layout of herbs, a home for sculptural shrubs, a masterpiece of shockingly colorful foods, and a peaceful place for getting in touch with your inner gardener. Read on for more inspiration and ways to turn your plain plot into the centerpiece of your yard.

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