Chetwood Architects' London Bridge proves that the firm is once again on forefront of green building innovation. This ultra modern structure is a futuristic revamp of the currently standing London Bridge that was erected in 1973. As seen in the images in the gallery, Chetwood Architects' London Bridge of the future includes a vertical farm on the Thames river.
According to recent articles on Trend Hunter, vertical farms are likely to become a common sources of produce for urban cores in the future. After perusing the gallery of Chetwood Architects' London Bridge, check out the articles below for more urban farming innovations.
Chetwood Architects aren't green to eco-friendly architecture; we've previously featured their design for a large wind dam in Lake Lagoda in North West Russia.
Water Spanning Vertical Farms
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Vertical Farming (Part III)
Vertical Eco Farm
Bug-Styled Vertical Farms