Pasona Group’s office building turned into an urban farm
Can you imagine if your office, in addition to desks and computers, also had food growing? The Pasona Group office building, located in Tokyo, Japan, allow employees to grow and harvest their own food at work.
The project was created by NY firm Kono Designs and has a facade with vertical gardens filled with seasonal plants, as well as an internal green area of nearly 4,000 square meters, with more than 200 species of fruit trees, rice and vegetables. The best part is that most of the produce goes straight to the company cafeteria, allowing workers to consume fresh fruits and vegetables, harvested right in their workplace.