Denmark: Combining vertical farms with office spaces

Nabo Farm, Denmark, has moved into their new headquarters in Amager.

There, they are an integral part of the Siljangade building. The whole idea behind the house is to create an innovative approach and balance to the co-working and co-living lifestyle. Here you can live, work, and everything in between.

In addition, they fit perfectly into the Siljangade mindset. There has to be room for the private in the workplace and the workplace in the private. It's an incredibly important and sometimes difficult balance, but it's something we focus on a lot in our day-to-day work. 

Nabo farm supplies herbs and leafy greens to The Kitchen, the café on Siljangade that creates vegetarian dishes daily with great care for the environment. It doesn't get more local than their greens being harvested in the basement of the farm and brought straight up to the cafe.

The collaboration between NREP (who own the building on Siljangade) and Nabo Farm is a great example of how more produce can be grown in the middle of the city, shortening delivery times and making ideal use of the space in the building for the benefit of all. There will be savings for the businesses that could house a farm themselves, and thus be self-sufficient. This will provide many more opportunities for our customers and partners in the future, while also making a huge difference to the planet in the grand scheme of things.


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