How Food Shapes Our Cities

How Food Shapes Our Cities

In her book ‘Hungry City: How Food Shapes Our Lives’, architect Carolyn Steel argues that we live in a Sitopia: a world shaped by food. Modern cities have been molded by ancient food routes and now it is time to start looking at big metropolis the way they used to be in past: a big organic framework.

Source: Ted Talks

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