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WVTTK Architects' Living Bus Shelter in Eindhoven is Overflowing with Plants

by , 12/06/12
filed under: Architecture, Gardening

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In the future, the bus stop will also feature various types of new features, including charging stations for mobile gadgets, LED signalling of the coming bus, and a bike rental station. The integrated system will make sustainable transport more visible and help it to flourish in the city.

Created in collaboration of local companies like Soontiëns gardeners, Chip Metal BV, and CBS Outdoor, this green bus shelter helps to raise awareness about the environment. The mix of plants planted inside metal pockets create a bio-diverse system that will flourish and make waiting for the bus a more interesting experience.

+ WVTTK Architects

Photo © Ana Lisa Alperovich for Inhabitat

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