Gallery: Modular SPACEPLATES Greenhouse Mimics the Geometry of Sea Urch...

Danish designers N55 and Anne Romme collaborated to create SPACEPLATES - a modular greenhouse in Bristol that mimics the geometry of sea urchins. The greenhouse is the second prototype of a new building system designed to provide affordable housing for people
 
Danish designers N55 and Anne Romme collaborated to create SPACEPLATES - a modular greenhouse in Bristol that mimics the geometry of sea urchins. The greenhouse is the second prototype of a new building system designed to provide affordable housing for people in a range of income brackets. The project's "pure plate" technology combines the building's structural system and cladding in one svelte design. Located on a small piece of land between parking lots, the prefabricated structure allows horticulture students at the South Bristol Skills Academy to learn about growing a variety of foods regardless of the external climate.

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