Gallery: Spiral Garden is a Lacy Mesh Vertical Farm for the City

 
Imagine having a vertical garden as lovely as this one right in your town? Called Spiral Garden, the winding green space by Benet and Saida Dalmau, Anna Julibert and Carmen Vilar of Spain recently received honors as one of the second prize winners of Designboom's IIDA Awards 2010. The lacy mesh structure is a place for neighbors to socialize, garden and harvest, and even serves as a spot to store bikes between errands.

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