This Public Pavilion Covered In Plants Was Designed To Invite People To Sit Inside – Design You Trust

This Public Pavilion Covered In Plants Was Designed To Invite People To Sit Inside


Urban living specialists, Space10, and architects Mads-Ulrik Husum and Sine Lindholm have collaborated to create “The Growroom” – a pavilion filled with naturally growing herbs, vegetables, and plants, designed to thrive in urban settings. Divided into sections around an open center and bench, the spherical multi-sensory pavilion encourages people to step inside and experience the uniqueness of food producing architecture in an engaging way, and interact with their food in ways they likely haven’t been able to before.

More info: Space10, Mads-Ulrik Husum, Sine Lindholm (h/t: contemporist)


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