GreenHouse by Joost, Melbourne, photography by Earl Carter GreenHouse by Joost, Melbourne, photography by Earl Carter
GreenHouse by Joost, Melbourne, photography by Earl Carter GreenHouse by Joost, Melbourne, photography by Earl Carter
GreenHouse by Joost, Melbourne, photography by Earl Carter GreenHouse by Joost, Melbourne, photography by Earl Carter
GreenHouse by Joost, Melbourne, photography by Earl Carter GreenHouse by Joost, Melbourne, photography by Earl Carter

Joost right: Green restaurant is a growth area

02 : 04 : 2012 Joost Bakker : The Greenhouse : Melbourne Food And Wine Festival

Melbourne – As part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, sustainable designer Joost Bakker has created The Greenhouse, a pop-up restaurant that grows its own ingredients and runs off the grid.

The restaurant takes a holistic approach to sustainability. The structure is made from reclaimed materials, the building is not reliant on mains electricity or water, and urine is harvested to create fertilizer to grow plants for the following year’s Greenhouse.

LS:N Global has previously reported on the rise of closed-loop systems. For a great example read our Innovate piece on The Plant. For more insight into Australian consumers, read our Australia Market feature, coming soon to our Markets section.

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