Make a suitable living space for asparagus. Project Placed @Story Garden. Material Used: 90% plywood (CNC), 3% iron nail, 7% acrylic transparent board. Design Considerations: Asparagus needs to avoid strong wind and afternoon sunlight. It also needs a lot of water, suitable for growing in an environment that cool and dry in the morning and a humid in the afternoon. Meanwhile, considering the fun of planting and viewing asparagus, pruning the branches and leaves of asparagus can be used as hay balls for decoration, or as cultivation bedding for other freshwater plants.

Final Section

Concept and Asparagus Specification Performance

Final Program description / Floor Plan

to show how to use this mini space and where to put @ Story Garden

Experiment

FINAL MODEL

Digital model. Rendered by Cinema 4D

Karst Topography

Asparagus original growing terrain. Contrast to the topography of the UK.

Karst Topography

Asparagus original growing terrain. Contrast to the topography of the UK.

Simulated subtropical climate

Waterfall in the valley, this is the best place for Asparagus to grow

Site research (@Story garden)

Site Section

Model making

Experiment on laser cut and CNC

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