Urban Vertical Garden Built From Hundreds of Recycled Soda Bottles

3 Mar

I thought this was one of the best ideas I’ve seen in a long while. With so much talk about growing one’s own food how easy is this. I had to bring it to you and let’s grow our own food and recycle at the same time. This is just very doable.

I really like this song as well: 

I THINK I MIGHT BE GETTING TO A BETTER PLACE.

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As part of an innovative partnership called Home Sweet Home (Lar Doce Lar) between multidisciplinary design firm Rosenbaum and TV producer Luciano Huck, the teams went through dozens of Brazilian homes doing dramatic makeovers of interior and exterior spaces. On their 48th home Rosenbaum designed a pretty amazing vertical garden that was suspended in a narrow walkway just outside the house. Reponse to the garden was so huge the firm quickly released design schematics (in Portugese) detailing how to build one. A huge thanks to the team at Rosenbaum for sharing these photos with Colossal!

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8 Responses to “Urban Vertical Garden Built From Hundreds of Recycled Soda Bottles”

  1. T. Bee March 5, 2013 at 5:22 PM #

    HLJ this is so pretty and shows what you can do when being creative. No only does it add live to an other wise lifeless wall but, adds nourishment that is empowering to those that live there. Think of all of the fresh herbs for cooking, enhancing the home, making herbals and tea infusion from this. Not to mention how greenery gets us to relax. How lovely.

    • hunglikejesus March 5, 2013 at 5:42 PM #

      I was thinking you could use bigger bottles lower on the wall and then size them down as you go up. I think that would be even more pleasing to the eye and would also allow one to grow bigger veggies. I love tomatoes and that would have to be apart of the garden. Me thinks it could be endless depending on the size of wall or walls you have. I love this idea and this Georgia clay can be like cement, so that would be even more of an incentive to do this.

      Thank you for stopping by Ms. T. Bee

  2. T. Bee March 5, 2013 at 5:29 PM #

    Hung Like Jesus I want you to check this out.

    As always keep it coming Jesus

    • hunglikejesus March 5, 2013 at 5:37 PM #

      I am very familiar with this guy and I plan to use his aquaponic system as soon I can get settled. Thank you sis for the video and thank you for knowing him.

  3. mary burrell March 22, 2013 at 8:39 PM #

    Jesus, that is so cool. I love that.

    • hunglikejesus March 23, 2013 at 12:52 PM #

      I wanna try this I just gotta find the right wall.

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