Urban Farming in Sustainable City Development

Magdalena Grochulska-Salak


Urban farming is defined as building development for the production of plants for the needs of the local community. The presented issues concern the shaping of urban farms for the preservation of the environmental balance of urban spaces and connections concerning the coexistence of architecture and greenery in the city. This chapter indicates the possibility of shaping synergistic spatial systems by integrating urban space and buildings with an innovative production function—a municipal farm—that complements the functional structure of the city in connection with the shaping of public spaces and the greenery system. The pro-environmental architecture connected with technologies enabling the production of plants in buildings enables the integration of urban space, complementing the functional and spatial structure of the city. The implementation of new technologies enables the production of plants in hydroponic and aeroponic farm buildings. The urban farm is an element in planning the city’s sustainable development.
Author Magdalena Grochulska-Salak (FA / DCEIIE)
Magdalena Grochulska-Salak,,
- Department of Civil Engineering, Infrastructure Investment and Economics
Publication size in sheets2.15
Book Vargas-Hernández José G., Zdunek-Wielgołaska Justyna (eds.): Bioeconomical Solutions and Investments in Sustainable City Development, 2019, IGI Global, ISBN 9781522579588, [1522579583], 306 p., DOI:10.4018/978-1-5225-7958-8
URL https://www.igi-global.com/viewtitlesample.aspx?id=226892&ptid=211897&t=Urban%20Farming%20in%20Sustainable%20City%20Development
Languageen angielski
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ScoreMinisterial score = 5.0, 14-01-2020, MonographChapterAuthor
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