Amphorae is not just a single object; it is a collection of various objects with differing sizes and functions ranging from small bricks to full pieces of furniture. All of which are tied together functionally and aesthetically. Similar to the ancient Greek Amphorae, our elements range in size and level of detailing based on function. As ancient Greek Amphorae carried products, our Amphorae carry lifestyles. This lifestyle is based on the beauty and elegance of sustainable and ecologically sensitive design work.Water is the building block of life, over time water will become a continually more precious resource. We created a system of ecologically sensitive concrete elements that can be used for the collection, filtration and redistribution of water. These units not only hold water, but they also have smaller pockets with space to grow various forms of plant life that are fed by the individual cisterns. The project is meant to be far more than simply a structural wall; it is a vertical garden that can be reconfigured and installed anywhere.The Amphorae elements are constructed from Ductal concrete. Our mixture is composed of recycled sand and reconstituted fly ash as a bonding agent. This mixture reduces carbon emissions by more than 30% when compared to standard concrete. The project goes beyond representation; from concept through execution decisions were made with the environment in mind. Amphorae were cast from a reconfigurable mold that can dictate different functions based on programmatic adjacencies. This means that the bricks will adjust themselves based on their orientation. Possibilities of these orientations would be a wall, an arch or a canopy. These elements can also be adjusted to serve different types of vegetation and climates. The blocks are rapidly deployable within cities allowing vegetables to grow as part of facades or independent structures.Overall our intentions are simple: create a captivating design that functions structurally as well as ecologically, providing a space to grow food in a dense environment.