3D printable modular hydroponic garden
bambú is a compact sustainable garden for home with enough capacity for a profitable and self-sufficient crop production, from aromatic plants to vegetables and fruits. Its modular design allows you to play with its height, according to the space of your home, with the combination of vegetables to grow, according to your needs, and its orientation for optimal use of sunlight. It would mean a fight against climate change by replacing the current and unsustainable forms of agriculture, allowing a more rational use of resources and water and recycling plastic material for a circular lifestyle.
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
My university school is called Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería y Diseño Industrial, belonging to the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid. There I am studying a double degree in Industrial Design Engineering and Product Development and Mechanical Engineering.
Javier Serra Alonso
I'm an industrial design engineering student passionated about sustainability and 3D printing. I consider myself a very proactive and inventive person, looking out for new experiences and creative projects. I love being in touch with people and nature and I aim to create a better future for both. I define my style as minimalistic and ecological with a focus in reducing, reusing and recycling, taking advantage of new technologies, materials and production methods. By the way, my favorite color is green.