The Skip Garden: a moveable urban veggie patch built with 90% reclaimed materials

The Skip Garden, urban garden, urban redevelopment, King's Cross, London Architecture Festival, London, reclaimed materials, sustainable urban spaces, gardening, public spaces, sustainable construction, Bartlett, student work
The Skip Garden, urban garden, urban redevelopment, King's Cross, London Architecture Festival, London, reclaimed materials, sustainable urban spaces, gardening, public spaces, sustainable construction, Bartlett, student work
The Skip Garden, urban garden, urban redevelopment, King's Cross, London Architecture Festival, London, reclaimed materials, sustainable urban spaces, gardening, public spaces, sustainable construction, Bartlett, student work
The Skip Garden, urban garden, urban redevelopment, King's Cross, London Architecture Festival, London, reclaimed materials, sustainable urban spaces, gardening, public spaces, sustainable construction, Bartlett, student work
The Skip Garden, urban garden, urban redevelopment, King's Cross, London Architecture Festival, London, reclaimed materials, sustainable urban spaces, gardening, public spaces, sustainable construction, Bartlett, student work
The Skip Garden, urban garden, urban redevelopment, King's Cross, London Architecture Festival, London, reclaimed materials, sustainable urban spaces, gardening, public spaces, sustainable construction, Bartlett, student work
The Skip Garden, urban garden, urban redevelopment, King's Cross, London Architecture Festival, London, reclaimed materials, sustainable urban spaces, gardening, public spaces, sustainable construction, Bartlett, student work
The Skip Garden, urban garden, urban redevelopment, King's Cross, London Architecture Festival, London, reclaimed materials, sustainable urban spaces, gardening, public spaces, sustainable construction, Bartlett, student work
The Skip Garden, urban garden, urban redevelopment, King's Cross, London Architecture Festival, London, reclaimed materials, sustainable urban spaces, gardening, public spaces, sustainable construction, Bartlett, student work
The Skip Garden, urban garden, urban redevelopment, King's Cross, London Architecture Festival, London, reclaimed materials, sustainable urban spaces, gardening, public spaces, sustainable construction, Bartlett, student work
The Skip Garden, urban garden, urban redevelopment, King's Cross, London Architecture Festival, London, reclaimed materials, sustainable urban spaces, gardening, public spaces, sustainable construction, Bartlett, student work

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