The Living Pavilion is a Garden Design Made of Old Milk

By: Tiana Reid - Published: • References: & architizer
Designed by Ann Ha and Behrang Behin, the 'Living Pavilion' was part of the 2010 FIGMENT festival. It won the Figment's City of Dreams Pavilion Completion award and now sits on Governors Island in New York.

Made of reclaimed milk crates, the Living Pavilion also features edible crops, which plan to be distributed to the community once the harvest is over. The Living Pavilion is perfect for staying cool in the summer months due to the surface area that stimulates evapotranspiration. Stats for Edible Eco Structures Trending: Older & Average
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