Food stories: Oslo!
Type: Food systems / Urban farming / Installation
Status: Completed
Year: 2018 - 2019
Location: Oslo, Norway
Size: 10 m2

Client: National museum of architecture, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019
Collaborators: Linnea Bågander, PhD artistic research


Food Stories: Oslo! explores self-sufficient alternatives to the current food system which is responsible for approximately 20-30% of global human-made greenhouse gas emissions. This investigation within Oslo's local food system also led to a better understanding of its social, economic and spatial dimensions in order to design and plan the sustainable city of tomorrow.
We have gathered knowledge and experience from actors within Oslo's local food system, from farming to harvesting, to delivering, to selling, to food waste, to composting and to the need for circularity within the system. As designers we can use this knowledge to plan and create future urban environment that encourage sustainable practices, such as growing food, but also foster social, economical and pedagogical services for the city of the future and its inhabitants.  
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