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    • Susan Parker

      A way to farm vertically in an urban landscape. Love it!

    • Strong By Name

      Plantagon Vertical Greenhouse ~ Award-winning Swedish company Plantagon works with urban agriculture and specializes in what is known as vertical cultivation. Plantagon’s vertical greenhouses minimize the need for energy, water and pesticides. Plans are underway to build vertical greenhouses in Linköping and Botkyrka, south of Stockholm. The idea is that the buildings will contribute to a climate-smart solution to the world’s future demands for food.

    • Sandra Fauconnier

      Vertical farming. Cityfarming. This is a design for a vertical greenhouse in Linkoping, Sweden. Via thecreatorsproject.com.

    • Dancor Properties

      Plantagon Vertical Greenhouse by Plantagon #creative #architecture #dancor #property #investment #industrial #commercial #greenhouse #eco #green

    • Brady Ross

      This is such a great idea for a greenhouse. Different ecosystems, low input (drip irrigation) high output, modern design to save space while looking pleasing and could feed whole towns with organic food. Now to find a reasonable way to build and develop this and to sell it to a growing market for organic foods

    • Oksana *

      The Plantagon Greenhouse The concept maximises the use of space through vertical farming, bringing food production into the city.

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