Are you looking for creative, green and circular solutions for your urban green oasis? We share our experience and knowledge about low-tech urban agriculture, design, planting, business model ideas, tips and tricks about community and education, ... Get inspired during an (online) training, roof visit or workshop.
For sustainable urban development projects, it is crucial to have a clear image of the end users of your green roof, garden, park or square. Do residents want to relax or to garden? Are there restaurants, schools, … in the neighbourhood? We investigate the stakeholders, the thresholds and opportunities and refine the concept in order to draw up a master plan that can help you get started.
We deliver a final design that includes all technical details regarding irrigation, drainage, water retention, levelling, substrates, plants, construction details, crop rotation, specifications, start-up actions and maintenance.
In order to transform a design into a successful urban green project, a well-considered approach is required for every single stage. We guide you, the contractor(s) and the future user(s) or operator(s) through the entire project.
What is a good breeding ground for urban growth?
The combined know-how of a farmer, a community expert and a landscape architect, the audacity to invest in experiments and sound judgment enable us to come up with a feasible model with low-cost solutions.
In order to provide healthy and local food in the long term within and outside the city, we need to reach all kinds of people. We do this by building a local community and focusing on experience, awareness, knowledge sharing and experimenting.
By implementing circular solutions for water collection, processing residual waste into compost, recycling fertiliser, integrating robust crops in smart polycultures and making them resistant to global warming, we provide crops that extract CO2 from the air, moderate heat and increase biodiversity.
We can produce healthy food efficiently and ecologically in a relatively small area. The warm urban climate ensures a rapid crop rotation, which means that we achieve a high production rate per square meter.