Gallery: Vincent Callebaut Unveils Stacked Pebble-Inspired Eco-Farmscra...

The French firm of Vincent Callebaut Architects has unveiled a new vertical farm project, this time for the growing megalopolis of Shenzen. Based upon the idea of a cairn, a stack of rocks to mark a hiking trail, the Shenzhen Asian Cairn Farmscraper project is a series of six towers. The mixed-use eco-towers provide space for residences, offices, retail, recreation and food production. Integrated sources of renewable energy, sustainable farming, rainwater and grey water recycling all work in harmony to provide healthy living in a rapidly growing, dense, urban environment.

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  1. g l bansal July 18, 2013 at 5:31 am

    The vertical farm technology is wonderful invention of the 21st century. It is going to change the face of future of world agriculture with growing population and decreasing soil/water resources.

  2. english cheese man March 7, 2013 at 4:32 pm

    I’m so jealous of the chinese and their hypermoderern architecture.

  3. Rae McRae March 6, 2013 at 7:59 pm

    Do it now!!

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