Phillips Programs is a nonprofit that serves the needs of individuals with emotional and behavioral problems through education and support. Agritecture developed a teaching plan centered around hydroponic vertical farming.
Sweden’s first commercial vertical farm grows microgreens and mixed herbs for local restaurants and supermarkets. Agritecture proposed a custom design for Urban Oasis’s unique location in a parking garage and assisted with installation.
Cornell has the leading agriculture programs in the United States. In an effort to strengthen existing and future urban farmers in New York State, Cornell and Agritecture applied for a research grant to develop a database of farms, define the needs of new farmers, establish and share best practices.
A Smart City project in Toronto, Canada wanted to include options for urban agriculture in its planning strategy. Agritecture conducted market research on the local food system, designed 11 different smart urban agriculture solutions and proposed planning strategies for the project.
This company wanted to develop Mexico City’s first commercial vertical farm. Agritecture provided a comprehensive feasibility study for a viable farm that considered the local market and the latest technologies achieving a healthy ROI. Our proposal included a unique mall kiosk activation strategy (pictured here).