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55 Green City Innovations

#55 Eco Prefab Homes
#54 Self-Powered Trolleybus Gardens
#53 Garden-Topped Houses
#52 Grocery Store Herb Gardens
#51 Ramping Rooftop Gardens
#50 Eco Urban Micro-Homes
#49 Outdoor Multi-Age Playgrounds
#48 Eco-Building Tool Kits
#47 Pop-Up Garden Oases
#46 Recycled Garden Sheds
#45 Hybrid Green Wall Architecture
#44 Next-Gen Farming Houses
#43 Curvaceous Wooden Domes
#42 Colorful Amorphous Playgrounds
#41 Merged Greenhouse Cottages
#40 Patio-Connected Kitchen Concepts
#39 Produce-Growing Preschools
#38 Twisted Urban Farms
#37 Self-Sustaining Villages
#36 Furniture Brand Incubators
#35 Public Medicinal Greenhouses
#34 Restaurant Plant Walls
#33 Eco-Friendly Floating Greenhouses
#32 Multi-Sensory Garden Pop-Ups
#31 CO2-Capturing Plants
#30 Lawn-Topped Houses
#29 Towering Timber Buildings
#28 Flowing Grassy Rooftops
#27 Hexagonal Urban Gardens
#26 Greenhouse-Inspired Restaurants
#25 Weatherproof Garden Protectors
#24 Spherical Urban Greenhouses
#23 Glowing Transparent Greenhouses
#22 Eco Urban Pathways
#21 Greenery-Adorned City Buses
#20 Hydroponic Superfood Planters
#19 Indoor Restaurant Greenhouses
#18 Green Wall Retail Displays
#17 Honeycomb Staircase Structures
#16 Compact Herb Kits
#15 Net-Zero Energy Schools
#14 Expansive Smart City Plans
#13 Underground Visitor Centers
#12 Wood-Made Office Campuses
#11 Smart Garden-Monitoring Gadgets
#10 Massive Green-Roofed Bookstores
#9 Diverse Cactus Gardens
#8 Hybrid Concrete-Wood Towers
#7 Urban Forest Pavilions
#6 Sustainable Silicon Valley Offices
#5 Earth Day Walking Tours
#4 Rejuvenated Urban Greenways
#3 Green Lifestyle Festivals
#2 Rooftop Produce Brands
#1 Culturally Influenced Park Designs
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From Self-Sustaining Villages to Urban Forest Pavilions

These green city innovations range from self-sustaining villages to urban forest pavilions. Aiming to make urban spaces more communal and eco-friendly, architects are re-adapting public parks, skyscrapers, and offices to feature elements like indoor gardens and lush, growing facades.

As cities become more populated, an increase in construction means sparser green spaces, but products like indoor gardening kits, and hydroponic planters are ensuring consumers can create indoor gardens where outdoor growing space is limited.

While standouts like 'Motorleaf' -- an intelligent device that tracks indoor gardening growing conditions -- are ideal for city dwellers looking to cultivate their own food sources indoors, Amazon's new Seattle headquarters gives employees access to a communal greenhouse space, consisting of "more than 3000 species of plants."
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