art & urban life
To grow a fence, a bench, a town! An interview with Bob Radstake Leora Rosner When Bob Radstake returned from a trip to Australia he realised how much he missed seeing nature within urban areas. As he states, “I was walking along the street when the idea just fell...read more
The Urbanity of Wild Plants Leora Rosner Cooperation is the wild plants' middle name, up against grey facades or a world of red brick. Urban spread amongst wild plants, can be true development in acceptance of their presence. Wild plants needn't be fenced out...read more
es ist nicht alles grün das wächst Iris-a-Maz Video: Iris-a-Mazread more
IMPLICATIONS OF FOOD GROWN IN URBAN SETTINGS Naomi Tsur Food grown in local urban settings can reduce the negative impact of conventional agriculture on natural resources and contribute to the restoration of habitats for local flora and fauna. While...read more
I am the city Leora Rosner I am the city Stone, brick, mortar, steel and glass My arteries are the streets The sidewalks my veins My people are the muscles Of my perambulations My breath is short and strained and I am feverish I am the city Nigh...read more
URBAN FARMING & BUREAUS: 'Zuidpark' in Amsterdam - The largest vegetable roof of Europe - the results of one year experience Helga Fassbinder Urban farming is in! In addition to tomatoes and lettuce on balconies and rooftops,...read more
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