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MisoSoupDesign’s Invisible Farm is a Vertical Garden Inspired by a Traditional Taiwanese Window Cover

Posted By Mark Boyer On December 12, 2012 @ 5:00 pm In Design,Gardening and Plants,Reader Submitted Content,Vertical Garden | No Comments

Invisible Farm, MisoSoupDesign, Taiwan, vertical garden [1]

MisoSoupDesign [2]‘s Invisible Farm [3] is a vertical window farming concept that was created as a part of the Taiwan Wanderer Guide 2012 Exhibition at Taichung, Taiwan. The unit combines vertical farming with the traditional Taiwanese window cover into a living installation that is perfect for urban apartments or other small spaces. The project was completed in September 2012, and it includes more than 50 hexagonal units, each of which is fed by a small water intake pipe.

+ MisoSoupDesign [2]

Via Home Chunk [4]

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[1] Image: http://inhabitat.com/new-post-submission-1897/invisible-farm-1/

[2] MisoSoupDesign: http://www.misosoupdesign.com/

[3] Invisible Farm: http://www.misosoupdesign.com/invisiblefarm.html

[4] Home Chunk: http://www.homechunk.com/6268/2012/12/06/invisible-farm-by-misosoupdesign/

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