De Ceuvel is a playground for sustainable technologies, located in the transforming district of Amsterdam Noord.
Bike-mobile hydroponic farm makes community farming nice and easy.
A plant identifier app, powered by artificial intelligence technology.
A conversation starter between plants and humans.
A smart, ecological, portable farm in a box
Futurefarms has developed a line of hydroponic planters called Space Pots.
Gardens in transit.
Walt Disney had green fingers too
The term 'superfood' takes on new meaning.
A miniature greenhouse for your desk or bedroom.
Mediamatic Biotoop is a bustling hub for collaboration across art, technology, design and sustainability with a focus on Life-Sciences and Bio-Design.
A playground for art and science.
Grow your own herbs from the comfort of your home.
An all-in-one sensor kit to take care of your plants.
Using biodesign to create natural energy.
Working in tandem with plants.
Combining Italian design and smart technology for a healthier home.
An interdisciplinary creative group creating stunning flower installations.
Urban farming underneath the streets of London.
An open source ecosystem of food technologies to create healthier, more engaging and more inventive food systems.
Colour-changing flowers through biotechnology
Charge your phone with the power of a plant
Experimenting with the natural properties of plants to create new, sustainable energy sources
A Shazam-like app to help you identify plants
A plant monitoring system that sends you personalised gardening tips
Creating interaction with plants through robotics
The record label making plants sing
The portable plant that gives you fresh air on-demand
The technology making plants defy gravity
The 3D printer that creates living greenery
The pencil that you can plant
Creating happy workers with healthy office environments
The smart way to connect with nature
Allowing plants to thrive even in the least plant-friendly environments
An elegant design bringing you fresh greens with minimal upkeep
A living ecosystem that turns natural food waste into thriving plants
Combining nature and technology to create intricate light installations
The garden that floats
Fish feeding plants, plants feeding fish
Working together to protect Amsterdam against the effects of heavy rainfall
A new type of concrete that supports the growth of vegetation on buildings
A subterranean transport line below and a thriving green oasis above
An 'assemble-at-home' robot creating sustainable vegetable and plant gardens
An artistic and minimalist approach to green space
There’s a gap between the health properties of house plants and how consumers see them. Ogreen Clean Machines aims to bring the two together.
Created by Danilo Sampaio and William Victor Camilleri, the green creature Hortum machina, B moves according to the needs of the plants.
“Could you turn on the plant?” It sounds strange but it might become a common phrase in the near future.