On the 28th of May, we are celebrating local food system at the Architecture Museum in Stockholm. Come and enjoy the evening with us

CITIES has in the past three years been working on the project Farming The City, investigating the link between local food systems and urban planning. The work has now resulted in the book “Farming The City – Food as Tool for Todays Urbanisation”. In April, the book was released during a debate night in Amsterdam. See here

On May 28th, author Francesca Miazzo will come to the Architecture and Design Centre (formerly the Museum of Architecture) to talk about the book and talk to the people in Stockholm about the opportunity to work with the local food system in the Stockholm region.

The book can be ordered here and will be sold at 230 SEK on the spot the evening on May 28

Welcome to Architecture and Design Center Tuesday, May 28 at 18.00 for the book release, talks and mingle in the bar!
Program for the evening:
18:00 Presentation of the book and the project Farming The City. Francesca Miazzo (CITIES Amsterdam)

18:30 Talks about the possibilities for local food system in the Stockholm region. With Mattias Gustafsson, urban planning perspective (Urbio), Jesper Larsen Dyberg, logistics perspective (Ekocharter water limousine and Cradle Net) and local urban farmers in Stockholm. The conversation is moderated by Anna Hult (CITIES Stockholm)
19:00 Mingle and bar, in good weather, we are out in the garden or else inside the cafe!

We look forward to meet everyone who is interested in local food systems and their effect on our living environments !





Created on 20 May 2013

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