Our team works with leading technologists to design alternative green infrastructure, to bring life to the interactive user experience of any urban development.
Using functional principles like building integrated controlled environment agriculture (CEA), and design thinking, we merge interactive spaces with plant growth in a way that increases environmental efficiencies while invigorating aesthetic appeal. As our cities become more dense, it is vital to use urban space more efficiently.
We specialize in using Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA). Hydroponics is a soil-less growing method that allows the cultivation of plants using recirculated filtered water and organic nutrient inputs. CEA is an ideal application for complex urban environments, as it leverages technology and biological processes to maximize resource efficiencies.
Filtration and Storm Water Management are also key components of our growing configurations. Compared to the harmful chemical and grey water runoff created by industrial farming and urban pollution, we have no runoff and use no pesticides / harmful chemicals.