Aprilli Design Studio has been looking for ways to improve the local production of food without having to go outside of main cities. One proposal they have is to build a vertical farm of sorts, located in Seoul, South Korea.
The design looks quite futuristic, with the building supported by a thinner vertical pole at the bottom. From here the structure flourishes outwards, with plenty of greenery being exposed to people standing on the outside. The building is actually supposed to look like a giant bush or tree, which definitely goes with the green aesthetic of the design. The best part is that the structure can house a variety of farming functions, helping to feed the city. Photo Credits: designboom, aprilli
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