Wrap-up of Biophilic Design – February at Food in the City

In our monthly ‘Food in the city’ meetups, we learned about sustainable concepts through real-life projects and the tangible work of our speakers & participants. This month was Biophilic design in focus. We are glad to host fellow Biophilic design enthusiasts from a variety of backgrounds. Their projects covered arts, architecture, engineering, and entertainment and 

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A Beginner’s Guide to Biophilic Design

For centuries we’ve attempted to incorporate nature into our buildings and architecture. Both aesthetically and for fundamental survival, being around nature has always been included in the development of civilization, however, it wasn’t until the last century that designers and architects began to really focus on the use of plants in their developments. Biophilia, the 

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Nutrient Value and Health Benefits of Dark Leafy Greens and Kale

The traditional method of growing plants includes essential nutrients from soil, sun and water, whereas hydroponic is a process in which plants grow without soil. During this procedure, the plants do not require to absorb nutrients from the soil, instead, nutrients are directly fed to plants. Thus, hydroponic completely eliminates the use of soil for 

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