Thanks to its design, this spiraling garden can be installed even in the most densely populated urban areas.

One of the most eye-catching creations at this year's IIDA 2010, hosted by Incheon Metropolitan City, Korea and organized by Designboom, was the ‘Spiral Garden System' conceptualized by the Spanish team of Benet and Saida Dalmau, Anna Julibert and Carmen Vilar. This multipurpose vertical garden solves the problem of creating additional green space in densely populated urban areas and can be installed in the heart of a city. Its spiralling green space provides a place for urban gardening, parking spots for bikes and a place where locals can take a lazy stroll in fresh air while interacting with others.

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