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Eathouse: A Fresh, Local Take on Edible Architecture

Posted By Mike Chino On December 28, 2010 @ 5:00 pm In Architecture,Design,Gardening and Plants | 1 Comment

Eathouse, edible architecture, Stuurlui Stedenbouw, Atelier GRAS!, sustainable design, green design, urban agriculture, vertical farm house

This amazing edible Eathouse is a literal take on urban agriculture [1] by Stuurlui Stedenbouw and Atelier GRAS! [2]. Spotted over at Plataforma Arquitectura [3], the locally-grown garden home is bursting forth with green walls [4] bearing a variety of edible fruits and veggies. The modular structure is designed to host a summer crop, so all of its construction materials can be easily dismantled for reuse at the end of each harvest.

+ Atelier GRAS [2]

Via Plataforma Arquitectura [3]

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[1] urban agriculture: http://www.inhabitat.com/windowfarms-grow-an-edible-hanging-indoor-garden-this-winter/

[2] Atelier GRAS!: http://www.ateliergras.nl/

[3] Plataforma Arquitectura: http://www.plataformaarquitectura.cl/2010/12/27/eathouse-de-stuurlui-stedenbouw-atelier-gras/

[4] green walls: http://inhabitat.com/tag/green-wall

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