As public parks in cities and private gardens get swallowed up by urbanization, concepts like the E Home project might help bring humans in constant contact with greenery. Both of the ideas that make up this futuristic collaboration involve technology in an integral way, allowing the schemes to fit in with modern lifestyles.
The first is Jeiyong Chun's 'Home, Green Home' that proposes a collection of planters, vegetative tiles and a green wall for placement throughout the house. The plants bring fresh oxygen and a lush look into living spaces but they're tended to automatically by a Smart Digital Plant Care System.
Hyunjune Yang's contribution to E Home is the D’ Nature modular chamber. The length of the room is completely customizable so to offer as much virtual greenery as your dwelling can accommodate.
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The E Home Concept Connects People with Nature Using Digital Tech
- By: Amelia RoblinFeb 14, 2012