Imagine solving the world’s biggest problem’s by simply changing the way we live. futurefoodsystem is attempting just that.
Joost Bakker’s living, no-waste eco-house is situated smack bang in the middle of Fed Square’s River Terrace, complete with aquaponics, solar power, micro-farms, a charcoal tank and rooftop garden.
From February until November, 2021, futurefoodsystem was home to celeb foodies Matt Stone and Jo Barrett, who spent their days harvesting, cooking and eating the food this 100% sustainable modern urban farm produces – while all waste produced by the house is fed back into the house’s systems: a closed-loop.
Intrigued? Well, there are a few other ways that you can get up close and personal with futurefoodsystem including:
futurefoodsystem is a self sustaining, closed loop, two-bedroom home that will shelter, feed and provide energy for its inhabitants.
The human driven system will mimic nature up-cycling what we currently regard as ‘waste’, in order to grow delicious, nutrient-dense produce.
The concept has been designed to ensure all building processes and living systems are inclusive and openly available to the public:
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