Jared Langevin

Cross Cultivation is a New Orleans House with Its Own Mini Farm

by , 09/09/10
filed under: Architecture, Gardening

USGBC New York, new orleans, cross cultivation, green space, green building, green architecture, green design, eco design, sustainable design

Cross Cultivation is a proposal for a small New Orleans house that challenges its inhabitants to actively engage in their own sustenance via the re-exteriorization of domestic spaces. In other words, there is a mini garden/farm growing right underneath the main structure of the home! The project took second place in the 2010 USGBC New York Natural Talent Design Competition.

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2 Comments

  1. Terrance Raring January 6, 2011 at 5:21 pm

    I just hope to have understood this the way it was meant.

  2. Rom September 9, 2010 at 11:51 pm

    Sweet! That’s a great idea. Use the land under the house for growing food. I might do that when I build just to get more usable area.

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