Home grown

Home Grown uses food systems to redesign the city and to forge more equitable relationships between producers and consumers, local farms and the city government, urban populations and the hinterland, and communities of varied socio-economic backgrounds.
The hope for this project is to be a repository of information; a physical bridge between the various disciplines: designers to community advocates; artists and policy makers; the farmer, the student, and curious reader.

Rendering for family-sized agriculture strategy (Credit to Terreform)
Project Type
Urban Research

Role

Urban Research, Data Visualization, Strategy Design

Year
2019

Collaborator
Andrea Johnson, Bastiaan Woudenberg

Data visualization for land area required to food New York City (Credit to Terreform)
Data visualization for land area required to food New York City (Credit to Terreform)