Futuristic Classroom & Modular Greenhouse In One



SPACEPLATES, Greenhouse, Futuristic Classroom, Anne Romme
Danish architect Anne Romme and an artists’ group N55 have designed the Spaceplates Greenhouse Bristol. Created to be a modern classroom for the horticulture studies the project is unique both in its form and in simplistic assembling techniques. This modular rounded building is sturdy and requires no supporting pillars providing an expansive space inside.
Via: EcoFriend.com
SPACEPLATES, Greenhouse, Futuristic Classroom, Anne Romme

SPACEPLATES, Greenhouse, Futuristic Classroom, Anne Romme

SPACEPLATES, Greenhouse, Futuristic Classroom, Anne Romme

SPACEPLATES, Greenhouse, Futuristic Classroom, Anne Romme


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