“Our food resilience has never been more crucial.”
We don’t live in the woods anymore, we don’t grow crops in the cities. The classification of the territory by functions (Agricultural, Urban, Natural) has rigidified the occupation and use of the land. For too long “monofunctional”, the resilient city is perhaps the one that will reintroduce flexibility in the planning of space, favouring diversity on very fine scales.
How can the building, the block or the neighbourhood become a resource for its inhabitants?
How can a building be more than a shelter? How can a link between the place and the resident be re-established?