Starting a new project or company has always the same paths. Finding finances, researching potential buyers, exploring market trends, law obligations etc. Most of these tasks are highly demanding, boring without any personal touch or creativity. But one part of it is the most interesting, the most exciting and the most awaiting. It is time to build the prototype.
With big help from Erasmus interns, Sandra from Spain and Şule from Turkey, we started to build our first prototype. We gather and build it with mostly scrap material that I had from other projects. I have already cut most of the structure a few weeks before we started. Sandra the architect prepared the final plans so we could start. Şule the agronomist prepared the indoor plant system so we know where will be each plant.
And it started. Cutting wood, painting, putting together, screwing, putting in the level, etc. Slowly it was showing the final shape. There is still a lot of work but it is very promising to seeing the structure rising above the ground.