The Urban Agriculture Curtain

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Abstract

This research project groups investigations by the author into how urban agriculture's spatial consequences for urban design and architecture can be visualised so as to reach larger and lay audiences worldwide. Public exhibitions have proven the major vehicle for this dissemination, and prototypes, mappings and qualitative images its major representation methods. This work builds on the author's earlier investigations in 2005/06 into the relationships of architectural and artistic practice for the urban agriculture discourse as part of the Utilitarian Dreams Project which was supported and partly-funded by the University.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2009
Eventother - The Building Centre London 2009; The Royal Horticultural Society Flower Show London 2009
Duration: 9 Apr 2009 → …

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Keywords

  • Urban agriculture
  • Indoor farming
  • Temporary installation
  • Domestic food system
  • Hydroponic system

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The Urban Agriculture Curtain. Bohn, Katrin (Author/Creator). 2009. London : Event: other, The Building Centre London 2009; The Royal Horticultural Society Flower Show London 2009.

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