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Food Urbanism

Typologies, Strategies, Case Studies

Methods and solutions

With an increasing interest in quality of nutrition and health, urban food production has begun to occur inside the growing cities worldwide and risks to compete with other urban needs.

The book introduces typologies, tools, evaluation methods and strategies, and shows the practical applications of the methods. Multiple projects illustrate solutions that augment quality via the insertion of food production entities into the urban realm.

  • Codified typologies, urban strategies and evaluation criteria for urban food production
  • Food production is important in the evolving city and contributes to new urban quality

Author Information

Craig Verzone and Cristina Woods, landscape architects and managing partners of VWA Verzone Woods Architectes, Vevey, Switzerland.

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