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The Plantagon Greenhouse - Linköping model viewed from the north side

Jan 19, 2013 02:55 GMT Plantagon International AB The Plantagon Greenhouse - updated Linköping type with greenhouse and office parts combined. View from the north side, showing the side of the building hosting office and commercial areas.

Professor Ulf Ranhagen speaks at the Urban Agriculture Summit, January 2013

Dec 13, 2012 18:12 GMT Plantagon International AB One of our distinguished speakers is Ulf Ranhagen, Professor at the Royal Institute of Technology and Chief Architect at Sweco. Member of the Swedish Delegation for Sustainable Cities and Board Member of Mistra Urban Futures. A qualified regional and urban planner with broad experience of strategic urban planning, from the regional level to the detailed level. http://www.urbanagriculturesummit.com

The Plantagon Greenhouse

Oct 01, 2012 00:36 BST Plantagon International AB Illustration of a Plantagon Greenhouse with combined parts, on the side facing south, for greenhouse food production and, on the north side, for office and commercial areas. Illustration shows facade facing west. Building is aproximately 54 meters high. (C) Plantagon. Illustration: Sweco.

The Plantagon Greenhouse

Oct 01, 2012 00:33 BST Plantagon International AB Illustration of a Plantagon Greenhouse with combined parts, on the side facing south, for greenhouse food production and, on the north side, for office and commercial areas. Illustration shows facade facing north. Building is aproximately 54 meters high. (C) Plantagon. Illustration: Sweco.

The Plantagon Greenhouse

Oct 01, 2012 00:29 BST Plantagon International AB Illustration of a Plantagon Greenhouse with combined parts, on the side facing south, for greenhouse food production and, on the north side, for office and commercial areas. Illustration shows facade facing south. Building is aproximately 54 meters high. (C) Plantagon. Illustration: Sweco.

Hans Hassle presents his new book "Business as usual is over"

Apr 26, 2012 05:47 BST Plantagon International AB Plantagon CEO Hans Hassle is a pioneer in Corporate Citizenship and CSR. His book "Business as Usual is Over" is about this challenge. Hassle was awarded European CEO of the Year 2012 Sweden, recognized as “A world leader in the field of corporate social responsibility”. The book will be released in Swedish in May, and in English in June 2012.

Hans Hassle presents his new book "Business as usual is over"

Apr 26, 2012 05:45 BST Plantagon International AB Plantagon CEO Hans Hassle is a pioneer in Corporate Citizenship and CSR. His book "Business as Usual is Over" is about this challenge. Hassle was awarded European CEO of the Year 2012 Sweden, recognized as “A world leader in the field of corporate social responsibility”. The book will be released in Swedish in May, and in English in June 2012.

Plantagon Greenhouse Building B1 View 1 (Type for Linköping, Sweden)

Nov 16, 2011 16:28 GMT Plantagon International AB The Plantagon Greenhouse can be integrated into existing or new infrastructure to increase the efficiency regarding use of water, waste and energy. The commercial area in the backbone of the Greenhouse building will be constructed in an equally sustainable way in terms of energy efficiency, materials and hi-tech solutions. This is the type to be built in Linköping.

Plantagon Greenhouse Building B1, View 2 (Type for Linköping, Sweden)

Nov 16, 2011 16:28 GMT Plantagon International AB This is the type of Plantagon Greenhouse Building planned for Linköping. The slanted facade is adapted to temperate climate zones and sun conditions. The backbone of the building contains commercial areas and areas suitable for for research.

Plantagon Greenhouse Building, illustration 2

Nov 16, 2011 16:28 GMT Plantagon International AB By expanding the greenhouse vertically, the crops produced through Plantagon’s patented technology, in relation to the land area used, will increase considerably permitting multiple harvests for the same growth period. The commercial area will be designed and constructed in an equally sustainable way as the greenhouse in terms of energy efficiency, materials and hi-tech solutions.