In the framework of the European project Creative Food Cycles (2018-20) and addressing three significant insights —SHARECITY (2015-20), R-URBAN (2010-18), Rotterdam Urban Metabolism (IABR 2014)— the paper suggests potential areas for cross-disciplinary synergies around the concept of urban metabolism related to food. Moreover, it explores how spatial design processes can inform planning principles and urban agendas through the reproduction of collective arrangements in place, or the materialization of places of social negotiation and bottom-up creative practices, for production, distribution, and consumption as well as their mutual exchanges at territorial scale.

Urban Metabolism: on designing alternative food cycles experiences

Sommariva E.
2019

Abstract

In the framework of the European project Creative Food Cycles (2018-20) and addressing three significant insights —SHARECITY (2015-20), R-URBAN (2010-18), Rotterdam Urban Metabolism (IABR 2014)— the paper suggests potential areas for cross-disciplinary synergies around the concept of urban metabolism related to food. Moreover, it explores how spatial design processes can inform planning principles and urban agendas through the reproduction of collective arrangements in place, or the materialization of places of social negotiation and bottom-up creative practices, for production, distribution, and consumption as well as their mutual exchanges at territorial scale.
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