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Invisible Farm by MisoSoupDesign – A vertical window farming concept installation

The concept of hydroponic gardening and vertical farming is on the rise in the urban settings where space comes at a premium. Enter Invisible Farm by MisoSoupDesign, an installation project done as a part of Taiwan Wanderer Guide 2012 Exhibition at Taichung, Taiwan. The green project, completed in September this year, integrates the concept of vertical window farming with the traditional Taiwanese window cover (also called Iron bar). The hexagonal unit of the Invisible Farm takes care of the water supply and can be configured into one window farming field.

The Invisible Farm installation comprised of more than 50 hexagonal units. If you are into indoor gardening, you might love to check out our list of most amazing indoor planters for the urbanites.

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