ikea releases plans for a spherical garden you can build with tons of plywood and lot of patience
by：QY Precision 2019-09-01
If you ever wanted to kill everything around when Ikea made something, imagine trying to build this awesome garden: Denmark- Ikea-based support company Space10 released instructions on how to build a roaring room, an incredible wooden spherical garden for people living in urban space. See also: Ikea\'s future kitchen table is the perfect cooking assistant. The \"rant room\" was created to encourage people living in the city to grow their own food locally, bringing nature into urban areas, \"addressing the fast-growing demand for more food in the future. According to their website, Space10 is a future The mission of \"living laboratory and exhibition space\" in Copenhagen is: Image: Alona Vibe/space 10 spherical, layered design with specific functions. According to space 10, \"overlapping slices ensure that water and light can reach the vegetation of each layer and do not reach the visitor\'s body, thus becoming a growth catalyst for the visitor\'s vegetation and shelter. \"Space10 explains that when they try to promote local food production, it doesn\'t make much sense to start shipping food grown in the growth room overseas. Therefore, the design is made by sine Holm and wheat- Ulrik Husum is now available to the public so that everyone can build their own storage room. Image: Alona vibe/space 10 however, it may take more work to build this garden if you have tried to build Ikea tables in the past. The 17- Step instructions can be found here, but you also need 17 sheets of plywood, a CNC machine, a table saw, two hammers, a screwdriver, these downloadable Cutting files, your local fab Lab and a lot of patience. Image: Niklas Vindelev/space 10 although the Roar room looks hard to build, the result is totally worth it. Get ready to enjoy your own oasis in the heart of your city.