"Cohabitation, characterized by mutual help or fragile truce, can result in symbiogenesis, the appearance of new bodies, organs, and species—in other words, evolutionary novelty."
There is great value of greening urban landscapes. The benefits to work, education, retail and civic spaces can be experienced by both people and business. We spend over 80% of our time indoors. As well outdoor, living walls are proven to reduce air pollution, aid biodiversity, uplift people, and meet sustainability targets. This panel brings together a futurologist and urbanist, a conceptual designer, and a baker with expertise in sourdough, fermentation and local farming to discuss vertical communities in a cohabitation perspective.