An urban farm was recently planted right in the heart of downtown Shenzhen, China as part of the Shenzhen & Hong Kong Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture. The installation, called Landgrab City, is a square plot of land that represents a map of the city
Project Public Farm 1 was constructed in 2008 (NY) as an educational and social space that functioned as an urban farm. Edible vegetables, fruits, salads were located in raised planter columns which grave rise to an eye catching structure.
At just 538 square feet, this vertical garden is specifically designed to fit into tight, urban spaces. #verticalfarming
One of the biggest farms in New York City, the Brooklyn Grange, sits six stories above the sidewalks of Queens. It has over a million pounds of soil and spans an acre, with a view of the Manhattan skyline in the distance.