If you’ve been dreaming of an indoor garden, but simply don’t have the space or the sunlight to manage growing inside, then check out this kitchen island that doubles as a small hydroponic garden. Made from walnut and steel, and secured with simple yet beautiful wood joinery, Peter Buley’s new island is the perfect way to make room for some delicious decor. And if you happen to be in New York City on October 2nd, be sure to stop by the GreenHomes’ DIY Green Block Party where you’ll be able to see this piece and many others up close.
Peter Buley is a Brooklyn-based designer whose work focuses on reclaimed materials and sustainable construction methods. If you’re in New York City on October 2nd, be sure to stop by GreenHomes’ DIY Green Block Party, where Peter will be showcasing some of his other projects, which will include prototypes of kitchen islands with integrated composting, and other eco-friendly waste management systems.
Where: Green Homes NYC’s DIY Green Block Party at 3rd St (Between Bond and Hoyt)
When: Saturday, October 2nd, 2010 from 10am-6pm
+ Peter Buley Design/Build