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Have you ever thought to yourself, “I would really love to grow my own garden!”? If so, we’re sure the “traditional” garden came to mind. The traditional outdoor kind. And after all, what other kind of garden is there?
Meet “The Growroom” by Danish design lab “Space10”. It is, without a doubt, the most incredible indoor garden design the world has ever seen. And even better, Space10 is encouraging people to build their own.
The Growroom is open-sourced and officially supported by IKEA. According to Space10, The Growroom is “an urban farm pavilion that looks into how cities can feed themselves.”
Although it may look difficult to construct, it is actually easier than it looks. In fact, the entire structure is composed of plywood and screws. Instructions are available for free online.
Designed by Space10, The Growroom indoor garden is officially supported by IKEA. The garden has also been open-sourced with free instructions available from IKEA.
Would you believe that this beautiful garden is nothing more than plywood and screws.
Instructions are readily available for free online. And despite how difficult construction may look, the instructions are more simple than you would imagine.
The overall design allows for sufficient light and water flow. Weeks worth of vegetables and herbs can be grown from this beautiful pavilion.
Home Sweet Home?
The Growroom is also an extraordinary shelter once you physically step inside.
The Future of Food Is Here
In a statement from Space10, the Growroom is “an urban farm pavilion that looks into how cities can feed themselves…”
“The original version of The Growroom sparked interest and people requested to either buy or exhibit [it]…”
“But it doesn’t make sense to promote local food production and then start shipping it across oceans and continents.”
“That is why we now release The Growroom as open source design and encourage people to build their own.”
Meet the Designers
The architects of this amazing structure are Mads-Ulrik Husum (left) and Sine Lindholm, pictured above.