When I saw this structure, I sat back with my mouth agape. Wow. Just wow.
It’s easy to assemble and anyone can utilize it in their home. Described as a “spherical garden that empowers people to grow their own food much more locally in a beautiful and sustainable way,” this Growroom by Space10, an IKEA lab, is the result of a “future-living lab on a mission to design a better and more sustainable way of living.”
Intended for use as a neighborhood garden in cities, it could easily be used for a backyard, a corporate headquarters, a library…the possibilities are endless! How’s that for a lunch hour with the co-workers?
And it only requires plywood, rubber hammers, metal screws and diligence to complete the 17-step architect designed garden project.
“I want one! I want one!”
Perfect. When you’re ready to get started, download your instructions here.
Great way to be a part of the locally-sourced food movement.
“Local food represents a serious alternative to the global food model. It reduces food miles, our pressure on the environment, and educates our children of where food actually comes from. … The challenge is that traditional farming takes up a lot of space and space is a scarce resource in our urban environments.
The Growroom … is designed to support our everyday sense of well being in the cities by creating a small oasis or ‘pause’ architecture in our high paced societal scenery, and enables people to connect with nature as we smell and taste the abundance of herbs and plants. The pavilion, built as a sphere, can stand freely in any context and points in a direction of expanding contemporary and shared architecture.” ~ Space10
Good luck and happy gardening!