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Harvest Green Project-02 / Romses Architects

Harvest Green Project-02 / Romses Architects

Romses Architects has designed “Harvest Green Project-02′ as a part of Vancouver ‘The 2030 Challenge’. Harvest Green Project is rooted in a concept that challenges the status quo of how energy and food is produced, delivered and sustained in our city, neighbourhoods, and individual single-family homes.

Taking cues from the citys eco-density charter, and in particular, it’s new laneway housing initiatives, the Harvest Green Project proposes to overlay a new ‘green energy and food web’ across the numerous residential neighborhoods and laneways within the city as these communities address future increased densification. The city’s laneways will be transformed into green energy and food conduits, or ‘green streets’, where energy and food is ‘harvested’ via proposed micro laneway live-work homes.

Seen at designboom. More images after the break.

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "Harvest Green Project-02 / Romses Architects" 19 May 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/22505/harvest-green-project-02-romses-architects> ISSN 0719-8884
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