FOODLOGICA Presents at WOW Amsterdam Plantage Urban Farm Event

In celebration of the National Day of Sustainability on October 10th 2014, WOW Amsterdam, facilitated by Frank (Knowmads), hosted Open Day Plantage Urban Farm: “Where gardening, art and innovative technology meet”. Designed for people interested in urban farming, local and circular economies, arts, technology and innovation, FOODLOGICA was well suited and honored to join the roster of leading local innovators.

This great event kicked off right – with a delicious lunch provided by WOW Kitchen Chef, Jori. Following, tours and presentations by partners took participants through rooftops, gardens and more, offering first-hand insight into innovative urban landscapes and initiatives. With new knowledge and building energy, the evening came to a close with an exploration of ‘What’s possible?!’, inviting participants and partners to think about the possibilities they see – as entrepreneurs, artists, students, scientists and citizens, filling in ideas on a canvas during discussion and drinks.


– Vegetable Garden & Orchard (Amstel Hoveniers)

– Garden of Inkplants (AGA/Blauwe Maandag)

– Vertical gardening (vertical garden tube)

– Local Compost System (le Compostier)

– Mycelium Chair (Erik Klarenbeek)

– Cargo E-bike (FOODLOGICA)

– Workshop: Design with Plants (Botaniq)


WOW is a combination hostel, artist-in-residence, event space, restaurant and more that unites a diverse crowd ranging from tourist to student in uniquely experiencing Amsterdam and associating with community-driven cultural change makers designing our future.

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FOODLOGICA Joined WOW Amsterdam’s Plantage Urban Farm event on the National Day of Sustainability to present our use of solar powered cargo e-bikes.

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