The world’s first Modular Vertical Property Farm
ClimateHero Park is a completely new life experience which directly contributes to the sustainable development of our world!
Our Modular Farm has one of the lowest carbon footprints of all modern living options without giving up the comforts and ideals of today’s society. The lifestyle and culture of modular farm living are strongly geared towards minimalism and living without excess.
It is not only a different lifestyle, it’s also a cradle of inspiring dreams.
Imagine creating a constant feedback loop whereby modular farms are maintained at their highest potential.
Far away from city lights and traffic noise, ClimateHero Park provides our guests with spectacular views of lush forests, beautiful creeks, and breathtaking landscapes.
With an extensive focus on creating a place for people to unplug from the pulsating city life, our farm will also house 10 cabins, which are spread over the area. Each cabin has a unique location in the landscape, providing the guests with means for indulgence in the rich scenery of the woods. Some will have creek view, some will be floating, some will be isolated in the woods and some will hang between the trees.
Our semi-outdoor restaurant will be located in the Third Space. Here guests can observe our chefs and immerse their senses while their meals are prepped and cooked over our innovative and open fire kitchen.
We’re able to build our menu around seasonal, local ingredients grown right here on our farm. Our Restaurant can choose from hundreds of heirloom varieties of fresh fruits and vegetables, which adds more flavors and colors to our menu.
Our goal is to create a great atmosphere in the kitchen, build relationships with our guests and share our passion for fresh ingredients from the forest and the farm which are often handpicked just minutes before they end up on your plate.
Conventional wisdom shows that when everything is in sync, from the fresh seasonal ingredients on your plate, to the shared communion of enjoying a tasty meal with friends and outdoor enthusiasts the outcome will be a healthy, sustainable, minimal waste, freestyle way of living.
When we embrace the idea of ‘giving more than we take’, then we automatically implement sustainability measures into our creative thinking and build a farm where materials, biodiversity, energy, water and quality of life are our guiding principles.
“You’ve got to give more than you take.” Christopher Reeve