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Aug 21, 2011
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Taking ‘indoor gardens’ to new extremes, this Brazilian house is constructed around a plot of ground soil.

Here, a tree is planted in a naturally-irrigated plot of soil, and sits below a glass roof that opens and closes to adjust the amount of sun exposure. In a setup such as this one, a reliable soil fertilizer is very important: the designer analyzed the natural soil and treated it with specific fertilizer to ensure that the tree would grow to maximum potential.

Taking ‘indoor gardens’ to new extremes, this Brazilian house is constructed around a plot of ground soil.

Here, a tree is planted in a naturally-irrigated plot of soil, and sits below a glass roof that opens and closes to adjust the amount of sun exposure. In a setup such as this one, a reliable soil fertilizer is very important: the designer analyzed the natural soil and treated it with specific fertilizer to ensure that the tree would grow to maximum potential.

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