A Dutch “greenhouse” has edible walls and an edible roof.
This cool edible greenhouse was created by Marijke Bruinsma from the Dutch architecture firm De Stuurlui Stedenbouwand Marjan van Capelle and Arjen de Groot from Atelier GRAS! in Holland last year, running from April until October. The greenhouse was erected in De Tuinen van Appeltern, a Dutch garden information center in the town of Appeltern that has more than 200 model gardens, as well as the largest collection of plants in the Netherlands.
Its architecture is based on the vegetable crates that are used to transport vegetables to and from the market, with the crates serving as small beds for growing plants, which were then set into a modular frame.