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  • Edible Infrastructures

    Edible Infrastructures
    san francisco CALIFORNIA

    Brooklyn + London based research collaborative, Darrick Borowski, Nikoletta Poulimeni and Jeroen Janssen will be presenting their ongoing research “Edible Infrastructures: Emergent Organizational Patterns For a Productive City” at ACADIA 2012: Synthetic Digital Ecologies, this Sunday, Oct 21 at CCA in San Francisco.

    Other notable speakers at this year’s ACADIA conference include Greg Lynn, Neri Oxman, Saul Griffith, Achim Menges and Manuel DeLanda.

    Their research, Edible Infrastructures, is an investigation into new modes of urbanism which consider food systems as integral and generative components of a city’s metabolic infrastructure. Using mathematical modeling, simulations and algorithms as design tools they pose the question “What might the city look like if it were organized around the production and distribution of food?”

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