An office building in Tokyo has taken “going green” to a new level. The 250,000-square-foot building has 43,000 square feet of vegetables, rice and fruit woven throughout the work space. Lemon and passion fruit trees are used as partitions while tomato vines are suspended above conference tables. Bean sprouts are grown under benches while the main lobby has a rice paddy and broccoli field. Some vegetables are grown on the rooftop. The food is harvested and used in the company’s café. Read more (Fast Coexist, Fast Company).
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