In considering the calls for collective actions to confront future territorial and societal challenges, the change of food as an urban commodity concerns a quest of factors and socio-spatial arrangements in place, which identify the city as the pivotal context of action. However, the ways daily consume habits affect market levels of production, distribution and consumption remain arguably obscure to a vast sphere of society. Against this background, the paper explores the ways the project Creative Food Cycles enhances novel food practices, conviviality rituals and sharing models to trigger everyday civic actions for better urban qualities. In particular, it elaborates on the creative actions led by the Leibniz University Hannover at the Institute of Urban Design and Planning as concrete contributions to reshape spaces and processual dimensions of food.

Creative Food Cycles: from Distribution to Consumption

Sommariva E.;Sposito S.
2019-01-01

Abstract

In considering the calls for collective actions to confront future territorial and societal challenges, the change of food as an urban commodity concerns a quest of factors and socio-spatial arrangements in place, which identify the city as the pivotal context of action. However, the ways daily consume habits affect market levels of production, distribution and consumption remain arguably obscure to a vast sphere of society. Against this background, the paper explores the ways the project Creative Food Cycles enhances novel food practices, conviviality rituals and sharing models to trigger everyday civic actions for better urban qualities. In particular, it elaborates on the creative actions led by the Leibniz University Hannover at the Institute of Urban Design and Planning as concrete contributions to reshape spaces and processual dimensions of food.
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