Tbilisi architecture biennial

Vertical Urban Gardens

Izola, Slovenia

30.10.20

The right to nature: a prototype for vertical gardening. The pandemic state has revealed the weak points of an architectural quality that is lacking in many houses around the world. One of the forms in which this characteristic is manifested is in the fact that constructions have been turning its back to nature. Nature is commonly thought of as a luxury attribute or a common ground who nobody might end completely enjoying or taking care of.


The project pretends to create awareness of the importance of daily and domestic contact with nature through the installation of a mechanic device which can bring, vertically and temporarily, a tree to our window, a vegetable garden or beehive.


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