Aberrant Agriculture Cultivates and Sells Produce On-Site

By: Michael Hines - Published: Dec 14, 2010 • References: rathausartprojects &
Farming may become an inner city occupation if architect Scott Johnson has his way. Johnson has designed a mixed use agricultural skyscraper known as 'Aberrant Agriculture.'

Most of the floors on Aberrant Agriculture would be dedicated to farming with a few floors set aside to house permanent and temporary residences along with retail shops. Johnson plans for Aberrant Agriculture to grow everything from citrus fruits to spinach with everything being sold on-site. Stats for Carbon-Cutting Urban Farms Trending: Older & Mild
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