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office tower with crops on the outside. http://sustainabledesignupdate.com/2008/08/vertical-farming/#

Dickson Despommier, a professor at Columbia University, created the vertical farm concept with 82 graduate students. He says that the skyscrapers could protect a city's food supply from floods and droughts, and from pathogens that attack crops

Algae Green Loop (7)

Gallery of Algae Green Loop / Influx Studio - 7

Vertical Farming - this is a way to hasten the urbanization of the U.S. and the world. We can grow more per sq. ft. , use less energy (vastly lower transport costs) and have more nutritious food if we move farming indoors. We don't even have to cut corporations out of the loop. That would hurt their feelings - corporations are people too, you know.

Vertical farming Agriculture: Growing crops in vertical farms in the heart of cities is said to be a greener way to produce food.

Plantar frutas y verduras en las terrazas, en los balcones y en las calles

Currently pending construction in Singapore, the EDITT Tower will be a paragon of "Ecological Design In The Tropics". Designed by TR Hamzah & Yeang and sponsored by the National University of Singapore, the high-rise will boast photovoltaic panels,

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INFOGRAPHIC: How vertical farming could help cities feed themselves

♂ Unique modern architecture Eco friendly London Farm Tower (7) © Efecto Veintiuno

Galería de London Farm Tower / Xome Arquitectos - 1

Claudio Palavecino Llanos of the University of Chile conceived of the Evf: Experimental Vertical Farm to transform "wasted" urban space--such as road cloverleafs or brownfields--into food-growing meccas. http://www.esquire.com/features/vertical-farms#slide-8 What a cleaver use of space.

11 Vertical Farms to Transform Our Cities

Claudio Palavecino Llanos of the University of Chile conceived of the Evf: Experimental Vertical Farm to transform "wasted" urban space--such as road cloverleafs or brownfields--into food-growing meccas.

The inside of the tower is devoted to the guiding principles of the Rukun Negara, including a Sky Walk cafe atop the tower, & a 20 story tall Hall of Hibiscuses- a vertical, living garden celebrating the national flower of Malaysia.

The inside of the tower is devoted to the guiding principles of the Rukun Negara, including a Sky Walk cafe atop the tower, & a 20 story tall Hall of Hibiscuses- a vertical, living garden celebrating the national flower of Malaysia.

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