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Vivido creates vertical gardens made of recycled materials that can be set-up indoors and outdoors. We are raising awareness regarding food production and inspiring communities to find unique ways to garden, even in the smallest of spaces. We are actively showcasing our project in exhibitions and designing products based on input and feedback from those living in cities. Once ready, the products will be available on our website.
Vivido is a vertical gardening project.
Our goal is to build meaningful products to encourage growing healthy food, connecting with nature, and building community in cities. Our project creates vertical gardens made of recycled materials that can be set up indoors and outdoors. Through Vivido, we are raising awareness regarding food production and inspiring communities to find unique ways to garden when they may be lacking the space.
I was born and raised in Amman, Jordan. I started traveling around Europe after I graduated high school and my first stop was the Netherlands for my bachelors. I then moved to Lugano, Switzerland to pursue a Masters in International Management specialising in digital transformation. Vivido was a product of a project management course my colleagues and I attended throughout our masters program. We didn’t want to make just another product. Instead, we wanted to create something that would help build healthy communities and an appreciation for nature. Our products will be made of recycled materials and can be used indoors or outdoors to grow herbs, vegetables, fruits, flowers, and other plants.
I am currently earning my Master degree in International Management, focusing on responsible leadership and climate action. I am eager to contribute to a solution that will aid in food production challenges and help build healthy communities. I believe that community gardening is one solution for this, specifically vertical gardening in cities that lack the space. Community gardens bring people together, creates a safe space to learn and socialize with one another, and benefits mental health and wellbeing for those who experience growing healthy food and connecting with nature.