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PERMACULTURE DESIGN PRINCIPALES PERMACULTURE DESIGN PRINCIPALES 1. Observe and interact 1. Observe andand interact 2. Catch store energy 2. Catch store energy 3. and Obtain a yield 3. Obtain a yieldself regulation and accept feedback 4. Apply 4. Apply acceptresources feedback and services 5. self Useregulation and value and renewable 5. Use and value renewable 6. Produce no waste resources and services 6. Produce no waste 7. Design from patterns to details 7. Design from patterns tothan details 8. Intergrate rather segregate 8. Intergrate rather than segregate 9. Use small and slow solutions 9. Use small and slow solutions 10. Use and value diversity 10. Use11. and value diversity Use edges and value the marginal 11. Use12. edges and value the marginal Creatively use and respond to change 12. Creatively use and respond to change

PERMACULTURE

PARALLEL ECONOMY

HOW?

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PERMACULTURE DESIGN PRINCIPALES 1. Observe and interact 2. Catch and store energy 3. Obtain a yield 4. Apply self regulation and accept feedback 5. Use and value renewable resources and services 6. Produce no waste 7. Design from patterns to details 8. Intergrate rather than segregate 9. Use small and slow solutions 10. Use and value diversity 11. Use edges and value the marginal 12. Creatively use and respond to change

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en Kolpa Architecten rmarket

Park is a spatial development model for a Landscape ed in the Metropolitan parks of the Randstad. The capes, once the icons of our food production, are er city locations and are under pressure of rising imate changes. Can these areas play a new role in n need of in the Randstad population which today t nationalities, and culinary van food Bergen Kolpatraditions? Architecten

Park ket balance has Supermarket been set up around food and its

rs and is projected in the agrarian park landscape Park Supermarket Park is a spatial development model for a Landscape n good accessible locations like Midden Delfland Supermarket situated in the Metropolitan parks of the Randstad. The erlying soilDutch types (peat and clay), new polder landscapes, once the iconsclimate of our foodzones production, are locationswater and arelevels under pressure of rising now tropical) situated in inner city rranean and and raised an water tables and climate changes. Can these areas play a new role in ape is introduced where theof contents ofpopulation a food and recreation need in the Randstad which today knows 170 different and nationalities, anddepartment culinary traditions? ermarket are cultivated sold.food Each istic growing conditions product types suchfood asand its The Park Supermarket and balance has been set up around Randstad consumers and is projected the agrarian landscape rise on water terraces, Tilapia fish in inbasins andpark kiwi' of the Randstad. On good accessible locations like Midden Delfland ng undulating fruit walls. The of zones on underlying soil climate types (peat household and clay), new climate and based (moderate, mediterranean and tropical) and raisedas water levels an market is supported by old techniques such entirely new landscape is introduced where the contents of a ng snake contemporary walls and more contemporary as supermarket are cultivated andsolutions sold. Each department characteristic growing conditions types such as ray 'roofs'knows and its floor heating on the basisand ofproduct thermal Pandan-en Risotto rise on water terraces, Tilapia fish in basins and kiwi' s and avacodos along undulating fruit walls. The climate household of the outdoor supermarket is supported by old techniques such as snake walls and more contemporary solutions as in smallwarmth plotsaccumulating of one hectare each Par Supermarinsulating water spray 'roofs' and floor heating on the basis of thermal the need for diversity of food of the consumer warmth.

p h nsights in Because agrarian techniques. Randstad inhabitants of its set up in small plots of one hectare each Par Supermarble to consume recreate new Park ket is ableand grow with the needin foradiversity of food of the consumer and the renewing insights in agrarian techniques. Randstad inhabitants 1st century.

Farm in the city could be supermarket of the future PACKING FRUITS

CATTLE/DAIRY

VEGETABLES

Farm in the city could be supermarket of the future GRAINS

CATTLE/MEAT

HORTICULTURE

PACKING CATTLE/DAIRY

FISH

CATTLE/MEAT

FISH

FRUITS

GRAINS

SPICES

SPICES

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COCOA/SUGAR

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POULTRY

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VEGETABLES

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NUTS/SEEDS/OLIVES CASH DESK

NUTS/SEEDS/OLIVES

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CASH DESK

CASH DESK

will in this way be able to consume and recreate in a new Park landscape for the 21st century.

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WORKING CYCLE

SELLERS

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SURROUNDING USES (MARKETS ECC.)

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FOOD STREET

APPLICATION FOR FINDING SERVICES, NEEDS ETC.

EXCHANGE OF OFFERS

BUYERS

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RICE CASA FORLANINI

OLIVE TREES

FRUIT TREES

CORN ONIONS, TOMATOES & GARLIC BEES COFFEE, PEANUTS & GINGER GREEN HOUSE & STORAGES CHICKEN COOP

CASA FORLANINI

MILLET & SORGHUM

BEANS, SESAME & GROUNDNUTS

FOOD FOREST

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CASA FORLANINI Apertizers

Starters

Fatteh (Syria)

Pastilla (Morocco)

Arabic bread with hot grease

Heavy soup with bread

Falafil (Syia)

Peanutbutter Rice (Ivory Coast)

Fried balls of rice, mashed chickpeas

Peanutbutter Stew with white rice

Dugga (Egypt)

Fit-Fit (Eritrea)

Chopped Nuts, Seeds and Herbs

Leftovers of stews and pieces of Injera with onions, tomatoes

Kelewele (Ghana)

Goyo (Mali)

Frying soft plantains that have been soaked in a medley, ginger

Eggplants

& garlic

Ful (Sudan)

Afra (Gambia)

Fava beans with vegetable oil, cumin, parsley, lemon, chili,

Late-night snack, chopped in front, served with mustard or

vegetables, herbs, spices

spicy sauce

Foutou Banana (Mali) Mashed Plantains

Shahan (Sudan)

Main Dishes

Fava beans slow cooked and crushed into thin paste

Taita (Eritrea)

Thiebou Jen (Senegal)

Flatbread made from sorgum

Spicy stuffed fish simmered with tomatoes, served over broken rice

Mafe (Senegal)

Stew of chicken, fish or lamb simmered in peanut butter sauce

Drinks

with vegetables

Suya (Nigeria)

Hibiscus Juice

Skewers of intricately spiced cuts of meat, grilled over an open

Tea

flame, served with sharp, raw chopped onions

Guliwah Coffee

Fassikh (Sudan)

Coffee with Cardamon or Ginger or Cinnamon

Fish coocked with onions, spices and tomatoes

Suwa (Eritrea)

Alicha (Eritrea)

Beer from roasted curn

Potatoes and green beans with carrot, pepper and turmeric

Dorho (Eritrea) Spicy stew served with chicken and Berbere

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CENTRO ACCOGLIENZA

REFUGEE & LOCAL COMMUNITY CHILDREN’S PARK

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STREET ART SQUARE

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FRUIT TREES BOULEVARD

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GOLF FIELDS PERMACULTURE FIELDS PERMACULTURE FIELDS

MULTIPURPOSE STRUCTURE

INDUSTRIAL / RETAIL & PRODUCTION AREA CASA FORLANINI LIBRARY & RESEARCH 03 cascina casanova

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