Social enterprise in London exposes alternative uses for herbs
With more people joining the urban ranks, city planners, designers and architects are finding ways to help our cities grow in the right direction.
Bike-mobile hydroponic farm makes community farming nice and easy.
Ahead of their workshop at the Greenhouse Festival, De Onkruidenier tell us about their passion for creating edible experiences.
The founders of Rooftop Republic tell us how they are bringing local food production to one of the densest cities in the world.
Rotterdam’s test site for sustainable living
Reclaiming the land and lives of impoverished neighbourhoods
Commonstudio tries to design and implement meaningful ways of human-nature interaction on different scales within the city.
An urban wasteland is restored and revitalised.
With a focus on circular design, self-sufficiency and sustainable materials, SUS Ateliers is a true breeding ground for the cities of the future.
Straddling the River Thames, Garden Bridge plans to be a horticultural oasis stretching from the Strand to the South Bank.
Grow your own herbs from the comfort of your home.
Urban farming underneath the streets of London.
An open source ecosystem of food technologies to create healthier, more engaging and more inventive food systems.
A plant monitoring system that sends you personalised gardening tips
The pencil that you can plant
An innovative growing system for tight spaces
Bringing design and knowledge to urban farming at home
An elegant design bringing you fresh greens with minimal upkeep
A living ecosystem that turns natural food waste into thriving plants
Helping Rotterdam to create more urban green spaces, both public and private
Fish feeding plants, plants feeding fish
The world’s largest roof-top farm
A social impact start-up working to advance and support the urban farming movement in Mumbai
A city herb and vegetable garden looking reconnect city dwellers to their green surroundings
An 'assemble-at-home' robot creating sustainable vegetable and plant gardens
How can we create green spaces in cities? We talk to De Ceuvel about their circular vertical gardening methods.
City living can be a squeeze if you’re trying to find a place to grow a bit of green. That's where the Vertical Garden Tube comes in.
As an 'urban creative', Jesse Jorg strives to create sustainable public space projects in Amsterdam.
Tulita isn't your average food truck, but a plant truck, and caters to a different kind of hunger: The desire of being closer to nature.
STEK has become Rotterdam’s go-to spot to pick up organic garden delights, and some tips about what to do with them too.
Bennie Meek and Vincent Wittenberg of Gewildgroei are on their way to starting a revolution against our perception of weeds.
Disused concrete spaces scattered around the city are being transformed into pop-up organic plots and edible community hubs, thanks to Fresh & Local.