This Massive Rooftop Sky Farm Might Just Make Hospital Food Taste Good

September 11, 2016 by  
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The team who designed the CommonGround was led by David Rubin, principal at LAND COLLECTIVE , the two fountains were designed in collaboration with design studio Fluidity , while Diller Scofidio Renfro designed the trellis structure. Several local design and engineering firms were part of the effort to create a new public space in front of Indianapolis’ oldest public hospital. Related: Herzog & de Meuron Wins Bid to Design Nature-Infused Hospital in Denmark The 5,000-square-foot rooftop garden , called Sky Farm, was created as part of a community-supported agriculture program-partnership between non-profit Growing Places and Eskenazi Health. Raised garden beds were constructed on the roof of the Outpatient Care Center on the Eskenazi Health campus and the program provided health coaches to educate people about fresh vegetables and how to grow them safely and affordably. + LAND COLLECTIVE + Fluidity Design + Diller Scofidio + Renfro + Growing Places Indy

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This Massive Rooftop Sky Farm Might Just Make Hospital Food Taste Good

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