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Architectures of Waste
What's architecture got to do with it?
The Eternal Fountains of the Eternal City
Hydrating with the historic public water fountains of Rome
What is a Home without a Kitchen?
Territorial Cities of pre-Columbian America
An interview with architect and urban historian Ana María Durán Calisto
On Rural-Urban Systems
Comestible Symbols of Redlining and Making Baltimore’s Food Web Visible
Krystal Mack on her social design studio and new approaches to Baltimore's foodways
Cities as Refugia for Ecosystems Adrift
How the built environment can serve as future habitat for species under threat
Repast: Grete Lihotzky, the Social Architect
Margarete Lihotzky and her fellow architects designed a way out of post-war conditions for Frankfurt, creating the forerunner of modern kitchens for the urban working class.
Cologne’s Edible City Plan is a Roadmap for Cultivating Local Food Ecologies