Old European towns, like Paris, have a large number of historical architecture and neighbor. Small street, old building, space is occupied and city boarder are not getting bigger. In Paris and Parisian area the need for housing is more than present, it became part of public policies.

In the same time, Urban Agriculture is growing every year. But garden needs spaces. Rooftops, green buildings are one solution but what can we do in an historical city with old building which can’t be architecturally changed or with new construction nearby architectural heritage protected by legislation?  Will be able to adapt local city plan without destroying historical heritage?

Urban Agriculture Book Series; Chapter 1: Innovative Commercial Urban Agriculture in the Paris metropolitan area).



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