1. Sustainable Ecological Greenhouse Park
The Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is a greenhouse park that combines enjoyment, entertainment and sustainability.
The Gardens by the Bay has two large greenhouses covering an area of 20,000 square meters. They are also the world's largest climate control greenhouses, including two glass eco-zones, the “Cloud Forest” and the “Flower Dome”.
The greenhouse has restored the cool and humid climate of the tropical ft region and the cool and dry climate of the Mediterranean and semi-arid and subtropical regions. There are 226,000 plants in the greenhouse.
“Flower Dome” is a larger cooling greenhouse in which Mediterranean plants are grown;
The “Cloud Forest” mimics the tropical high-altitude environment, such as South America, where the waterfall is as high as 35 meters.
The two greenhouses are also representative projects of sustainable development engineering, using a range of advanced technologies to provide energy efficient greenhouse solutions.
2, greenhouse ecological restaurant
Different dining experience, with a variety of dining styles such as garden style, ft water landscape and tropical style. The “Vivarium” restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand is transformed from a tractor warehouse into a restaurant with a tropical rainforest and green plants at low cost.
3, amusement greenhouse
With a garden-like ecological environment and various independent amusement projects, it can also provide a place for young people's popular science education activities. Through the adjustment of the environmental control system, the indoor seasons are like spring, to meet the needs of young people's extracurricular activities.
4. Leisure place greenhouse
A new model formed by combining leisure venues with greenhouse technology, simulating nature ecology with high-end greenhouse technology, integrating ecological sightseeing, catering and leisure functions, including ecological greenhouse restaurants, greenhouse baths, courtyard greenhouses, health greenhouses, Greenhouse clubs, etc.
5. Comprehensive agro-ecological park greenhouse
Artificially creating a natural environment in the greenhouse is a combination of the above several greenhouse development models.
Including various greenhouses with tourist reception services as the main function, due to the controllability of the environment in the greenhouse, plants can be planted in different climate regions, providing experience activities such as pastoral agricultural tourism, garden sightseeing, fruit and vegetable picking, and modern high. Scientific and technological agricultural display and popular science education.
The integrated greenhouse is usually set in the background of nature, with agricultural production, compound leisure, conference and holiday, and health checkup.
Etc., the concept of a one-stop greenhouse leisure complex.
6, family greenhouse (greenhouse + small landscape)
The home greenhouse is a new type of greenhouse that is suitable for modern living conditions.
As one of the indispensable elements in family gardening, the family greenhouse has developed rapidly in the United States, Europe, Japan, and Israel. In this era of urban green color decreasing and air quality declining, the home greenhouse can bring sunshine, lawn, flowers and fresh air to the people, so that people can feel the natural without leaving the house. breath.
7, roof farm - a new paradigm for future urban agriculture
A company called “City Farmers” built the largest urban roof farm in Europe in the Netherlands.
The roof of the six-story concrete building has been transformed into a modern experimental greenhouse filled with tomatoes, sweet peppers and various
Green vegetables, downstairs is a huge fish farm.
The company named the greenhouse "New Farm", which provides food supply services to 900 local families, as well as restaurants and schools.
Local citizens need greenhouse farms because they rely on high-quality foods that are transparent and locally produced. future
Farming has revived empty roofs and empty industrial buildings.
With the help of modern greenhouse technology, there is a self-sufficient ecological cycle in the “urban farmers” fish farm: the waste produced by the fish nourishes the crop, and the growth of the crop is the fish filter water quality.
Food can grow from anywhere and be transported anywhere, which makes consumers feel that they are moving away from the food chain, and therefore prefer local foods that are transparent.
The roof greenhouse not only provides a sufficient source of food, but also produces the ideal quality food variety.
Moreover, green farms have a great indirect impact on the mental health of residents and the livability of cities.