Fluid Urbanism

2009/05/06 § Leave a comment

As a perfect example of a DIY, fluid, resource efficient undertaking, Debra Solomon, an artist based in Amsterdam, draws closer to perfecting the craft of public food vending. She takes food that is close to the end of it’s shelf life, remixes it, and injects into an ambitious new, colorful spread. The food is obviously the star of the show in this situation, but the re-purposed vehicle and insta-community it creates would make Peter Cook proud. While helping to revitalize a neighborhood on the outskirts of Rotterdam, it has become part of a large initiative with the help of other architects and designers. Adapt. Reuse. Inject.

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