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The bottles used to complete the structure, all of which were donated by students and the local community, help to regulate sunlight and control the temperature within the nursery. A water inlet tray on the roof assists with irrigation, and thanks to its lightweight construction, the building can be moved to other areas as cultivation demands dictate. Architects for the project state that it is an example of cooperation between rural inhabitants and urban residents, as well as an “example of researching, [and] applying recycled materials in construction which could be disseminated to other models.”

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The vegetable nursery home was on display at the Museum of Women from 21 November, 2013 to 24 December, 2013, and has since been transported to Soc Son organic vegetable farm, where it used in active production.

Via ArchDaily

Images by 1+1>2 International Architecture Company

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