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(F)utility Kitchen: A DIY Indoor Farm Made from IKEA Furniture

by , 04/26/11
filed under: Gardening

futility kitchen, leslie Mutchler, diy, diy farming, urban farming, diy kitchen, gardening, green design, eco design, sustainable design, slow food

(F)utility Kitchen is a commentary on the current trend of DIY and urban farming. Artist Leslie Mutchler created the project as a way to cultivate edible vegetation in a confined space. The gravity-drip irrigation system is built from hardware pieces, IKEA furniture, irrigation supplies, and grow lights. Seeds are suspended at canning jars that contain recycled paper bits and empty hand-made bowls.

+ Leslie Mutchler

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