Jun 17 2017
11:35 am
By: michael kaplan  shortURL

Two students in the College of Architecture and Design recently earned national recognition for their sustainable design of an urban farming project, a self-sustaining structure in the heart of Knoxville that seamlessly integrates natural systems and environmental technology into the built environment. The community hub includes a culinary research lab, farm-to-table restaurants, affordable housing and farming technologies. The project was chosen by AIA and ACSA as one of the Top 10 in the country.

bizgrrl's picture

Pretty cool! Congrats to the

Pretty cool! Congrats to the students.

michael kaplan's picture

The point is, there are all

The point is, there are all kinds of possibilities for the creative use of blank walls other than hanging b/w canvases of what the city looked like 100 years ago.

Maybe the city should talk to the folks over at Architecture and Design ...

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