We’ve been rather busy whilst the lab is in hibernation working on a number of very cool projects in the UK and in Europe, and we’re really excited to announce the first one that launched today; Taste of Tomorrow powered by Samsung explores how tech advancements are redefining the way we grow, cook and eat – both for today and tomorrow.
Hosted at Samsung KX in Coal Drops Yard is a hydroponic garden powered by SmartThings with a deep water culture garden with spices, fruits and herbs and a Microgreens farm producing a range of tasty nutrient rich greens. Green Lab co-designed the hydroponic garden working with a multi-disciplinary team of installation specialists and fabricators. The hydroponic garden is accessible to all visitors with a Samsung Tab S7+ device controlling aspects of lighting, temperature, fans and lighting spectrum.
Taste of Tomorrow explores our relationship with food and future trends in how we Grow, Cook and Eat; and we were really excited to work with musician, Stephen Manderson @professorgreen and Cook and Photographer, Sara Kiyo Popowa @shisodelicious in recording three unique film shorts which you can watch on the Samsung KX website.