Food Architecture
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Food dal cucchiaio al mondo: Works of artists and architects who deal with the global political, social, urban and economic aspects of the production, distribution, consumption and disposal of food, and their impact on communities and territories.
The exhibition was on show at EXPO in Milan in 2015.
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Peter W. Sideman, Global Seed Vault, Spitsbergen, Norvegia/Norway 2008, Credit: Cary Fowler/Global Crop Diversity Trust
RMA Architects, Dabbawala Lunch Delivery System, 2014 Mumbai, Photo Credits : Rajesh Vora
RMA Architects, Dabbawala Lunch Delivery System, 2014 Mumbai, Photo Credits : Rajesh Vora
RMA Architects, Dabbawala Lunch Delivery System, 2014 Mumbai, Photo Credits : Rajesh Vora
Robbrecht en Daem architecten & MJosé Van Hee architecten, Market Hall and Central Squares, Ghent Ghent, Belgium 2012
Robbrecht en Daem architecten & MJosé Van Hee architecten, Market Hall and Central Squares, Ghent Ghent, Belgium 2012
Peter W. Sideman, Global Seed Vault, Spitsbergen, Norvegia/Norway 2008 Credit: Cary Fowler/Global Crop Diversity Trust
Park Associate, The Cube, Bruxelles, Milano, London, Stockholm 2011-2012 Foto Andrea Martiradonna, Courtesy: Park Associati, Milano
Park Associate, The Cube, Bruxelles, Milano, London, Stockholm 2011-2012 Foto Andrea Martiradonna, Courtesy: Park Associati, Milano
Park Associate, The Cube, Bruxelles, Milano, London, Stockholm 2011-2012 Foto Andrea Martiradonna, Courtesy: Park Associati, Milano
MVRDV, MarktHal Rotterdam, 2014
MVRDV, MarktHal Rotterdam, 2014
MVRDV, MarktHal Rotterdam, 2014
Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky, Frankfurt Kitchen, Frankfurt, Germany 1926
LeCorbusier, Réorganisation agraire, ferme et village radieux, 1938
Le Corbusier, Réorganisation agraire, ferme et village radieux, 1938
J. MAYER H. Architects, Mensa Molkte, concept model Karlsruhe, Germany 2004 Foto David Franck
J. MAYER H. Architects, Mensa Molkte, concept model Karlsruhe, Germany 2004 Foto David Franck
feld72, Winecenter Kaltern, Italy 2006 Foto © Hertha Hurnaus
feld72, Winecenter Kaltern, Italy 2006 Foto © Hertha Hurnaus
feld72, Winecenter Kaltern, Italy 2006 Foto © Hertha Hurnaus
Sharon Davis Design, Women’s Opportunity Center Kayonza, Ruanda 2013 Foto Elizabeth Felicella
WFP (World Food Programme) - The Family Meal: The Family Meal è un progetto fotografico realizzato dal Programma Alimentare Mondiale (WFP) e il Dipartimento di Aiuti Umanitari e protezione civile della Commissione Europea (ECHO) con foto di Chris Terry scattate in Ciad, Birmania, Ecuador, Niger e Giordania, visitando le famiglie assistite dal WFP con il sostegno di ECHO, su un tema: cosa significa un pasto in famiglia?
Snøhetta, Vulkan Beehives, 2014 Oslo, Norway © Finn Ståle Felberg © Morten Brakestad
Snøhetta, Vulkan Beehives, 2014, Oslo, Norway © Finn Ståle Felberg © Morten Brakestad
Smiljan Radic, Mestizo Restaurant, Santiago - Chile 2005
Snøhetta, Vulkan Beehives, 2014, Oslo, Norway © Finn Ståle Felberg © Morten Brakestad
Smiljan Radic, Mestizo Restaurant, Santiago - Chile 2005
Smiljan Radic, Mestizo Restaurant, Santiago - Chile 2005
Le Corbusier, Réorganisation agraire, ferme et village radieux, 1938
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