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Taking part in the study of the interaction between cities and agriculture, interior architecture office Annvil has realized ‘G(u)arden’, the first urban vertical garden in Riga, Latvia.
Over the course of the 20th century, many of Riga’s industrial buildings have lost their original functions. This has left an abundance of empty historic buildings ripe for adaptation; an approach which is increasingly contributing to the Latvian capital’s reputation as a cultural centre, as creatives and entrepreneurs find new ways to repurpose the city’s existing assets.
For the first time in history, 111 driving forces in architecture from 29 countries united into a unique collaborative experimental project by creating a magnificent collection of artworks. Each contribution is inspired by the previous work.