Dashed Lines

Jessica Marie. Anglomaniac. Former Architect. Maven.
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Email: DashedLines.Jess (at) gmail (dot) com


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WORKac’s version of vertical farming combines migrant farmers’ housing in a series of stepped terraces with a farmer’s market and public space below. The terraces allow in-soil growing (and a small golf course), duplicating the surface of the site once. The entire project is supported, literally, by culture with sculpture-structures holding it up. Project commissioned by New York magazine.

(via Locavore Fantasia — Work Architecture Company)

WORKac’s version of vertical farming combines migrant farmers’ housing in a series of stepped terraces with a farmer’s market and public space below. The terraces allow in-soil growing (and a small golf course), duplicating the surface of the site once. The entire project is supported, literally, by culture with sculpture-structures holding it up. Project commissioned by New York magazine.

(via Locavore Fantasia — Work Architecture Company)

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