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waste production in the UK. Recycling activities start just after consumption by incorporating modifications, enlargements and dwelling improvements together with urban regulations that allow direct private access to train communication and wider variety of streets typologies. FOOD PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT: Circle 7 and Zoetrope 7. Paul McManamon, FOOD BANK #4 Project (fig. 10, 11), London. The project is a model for the extension of London’s ailing infrastructure and responds to the serious food and energy shortages of London. It looks towards the future when London’s consumption is expected to be unable to meet demand and global population reaches 8.3 billion. A half organic, half industrial architecture will supply the City of London with a new series of production – including insects as basic protein source- and distribution network. Circle 8. Megan Townsend. A Manifesto for a Local Consumerism Movement (fig. 12), Tower Hamlets Permanent Market and New Town Square, London. This project understands seeds and urban consumers as vulnerable communities. To help empowering both of them the author proposes expanding the average program of a market to include local seeds production, farming area and direct contact between farmers and consumers. Circle 9. Megan Smedy, The High Street Homestead (fig. 13), London. Strategic urban project proposing the collaboration of two streets -High Street and Essex Road- specializing second one in organic production for High Street restaurants. The project carefully studies living environments

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Exhibition leaflet, complete version  

Exhibition leaflet, complete version

Exhibition leaflet, complete version  

Exhibition leaflet, complete version

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