Community Garden On Wheels

Community Garden On Wheels

Harvard design project seeks to cultivate cultural understanding through the growth of ethnically diverse food.

Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 20 august 2010

In the mash-up of mobility meets food, we’ve seem plenty of examples of restaurants on wheels, but as the trend continues to evolve, it appears to be moving beyond the acts of cooking and eating to encompass the idea of growing as well. To that end, Christina Cho, a graduate student in the Harvard School of Design, has developed a project called the “mobile ethnic garden,” a series of modular growing beds that function as a seating environment.

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