WORLD – AI for Sustainability
An automated greenhouse for fresh vegetables
Digital application for vegetables production
Cap Vert is a greenhouse production system for vegetables supported by digital management such as Artificial Intelligence and modelling technologies of different fruit & fields crops. Based on ‘’Aeroponics’’, it can adapt the design and management of the greenhouse according to the outdoor climate environment. It also allows the monitoring and optimising vegetable seasonality, yield and nutritional quality.
Climate control
High nutritional quality
Zero chemical residue
Zero natural contaminant

AI Data Science and Modelling for Crop System Optimization

AEROPONICS IS A METHOD OF FARMING THAT CONSISTS IN KEEPING the roots of cultivated plants suspended in a vacuum, inside a dark sprinkler chamber to prevent the development of algae. The nutrient solution is sprayed on the roots at regular intervals.

In order to model the agronomic and technological components of the new generation greenhouse, CAP VERT has predictive models of the overall behaviour of the system as well as the farming management of the different varieties of vegetables selected, adapted to the problem of aeroponic cultivation.

  • Competitive production costs compared to conventional methods and other vertical greenhouse systems.
  • A reduction of more than 90% in water usage and more than 50% in CO2 emissions.
  • Automated production and innovative control technologies to monitor nutritional and health quality.


How can we continue to inhabit environment and living space?
Reactive Matter: Rhizome
Scenocosme–Gregory Lasserre & Anais met den Ancxt

The relation between human beings and time is an ongoing topic. Doing nothing is and will be a rare “activity” in our daily life. Our relation between our living space (city, home, office) is a crucial topic in designing our future. Reactive Matter: Rhizome comes as a sculptural and interactive artwork that reacts like a living organism. Like a root, this sculpture deploys in the area, perceives and feels its environment.

The nano-metric robots called “claytronics” atoms (or “catoms”) could be assembled to form larger objects. The principle is to create small interactive objects capable of being linked together for creating large structures that can be freely transformed. This is the concept of synthetic reality.

This ecosystem is composed of more than 120 independent cellular robotic structures grafted with a transparent membrane that feels the caresses and breath of visitors. The cells emit sounds, rhythms and light intensities in response to the stimuli.

SCENOCOSME–GREGORY LASSERRE & ANAIS MET DEN ANCXT develop interactivity in their artworks through art, technology, sound, and architecture, in which spectators share sensory experiences. Their artworks are exhibited in museums, contemporary art centers, and digital art festivals across the world.