Thanks to the commitment of the artist Lloyd Godmena to urban eco-technologies and the desire to make the urbanized space more environmentally friendly, in Melbourne very soon there will be rotating air gardens.
The first copies of the design will be presented at the 14th Festival, "Life on the principle of sustainable development", where viewers will demonstrate how the rotating air gardens will be installed above the pedestrian zone in the Queensbridge, North Shore. Every 4 weeks in the air to appear new fragment garden until all 8 pieces will not take place. The first fragment is set during the festival, and the end of 2013 unique rotating air gardens should be in full assembly.
Framework, which will increase the air garden will serve as the wheels of the used bikes. Create the effect of rotation or hovering in the air, help the special mechanisms of wire attached to a light props. The garden will grow only epiphytes, which will stand on its own green corner and not become a burden to the city. After all, such plants do not need soil or extra watering to successfully grow all the nutrients they get from the leaves.