If you’re a fan of gardening and do-it-yourself projects, you will probably be impressed with this fantastic spherical garden structure.
Launched by Space10, a Danish design lab supported by IKEA, The Growroom has sliced levels that provide optimal light for herbs and vegetables while also creating a laid-back natural environment inside the sphere where people can unwind.
The Space10 website had the following to say about the launch of The Growroom:
The design for The Growroom, an urban farm pavilion that looks into how cities can feed themselves through food producing architecture, is now open source and available for anyone to use.
Created by architects Mads-Ulrik Husum and Sine Lindholm, the unique and magical looking garden sphere is made simply with plywood and screws. If you’re itching to get started on your big next DIY project, this will be a fun and practical one, with free online step-by-step instructions to boot.
The Growroom proves you don’t have to live on a farm to enjoy harvesting your own healthy and organic produce. It can stand freely in any context and grows vertically, taking up a small amount of space.
Who wouldn’t want one of these?
Feature photo Alona Vibe via Space10