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Locally grown food and self catering are essentials in sustainable future. But how is that possible in a world of urbanization? The answer could be The Growroom. Created at IKEA’s external future living lab, SPACE10, by architects Sine Lindholm and Mads-Ulrik Husum. The Growroom envisions a greener future and sparks conversations about how we can bring nature back into our cities.
The first version of The Growroom was presented at the art and architecture festival CHART 2016. But SPACE10 didn’t feel it made sense to promote local food production and then start shipping The Growroom all over the world. In order to encourage people to build their own urban farm locally, SPACE10 has released The Growroom as open source design.
Explore The Growroom outside IKEA Museum 17 June to 15 September.
SPACE10 future living lab
SPACE10 is IKEA’s external future living lab. Set out to explore possible future scenarios, detect potential disruptions, understand global challenges and, most importantly, design for people’s dreams and aspirations. The lab collaborates with an network of experts, specialists, designers and other forward thinking partners. SPACE10 strives to design new ways for a better, more meaningful and sustainable life for the many people.
Meet the designers
The Growroom is created by architects Sine Lindholm and Mads-Ulrik Husum. Both of them graduated from Aarhus School of Architecture in 2014. Today Sine is an external lecturer at DIS – Study abroad and works part time at Briq Group as well as with personal projects, where she combines architecture and art. Mads-Ulrik works with design and prototype development at Fritz Hansen A7S and also runs his own business with a workshop in Copenhagen.
On Monday 19 June at 14.30 you can meet Sine and Mads-Ulrik here at IKEA Museum. Read more here