Edible City
  Imagine how much better blind façades, vacant plots, unused public spaces, underused flowerbeds, flat roofs and other obsolete urban spaces would look if there were vegetable and flower gardens, mobile fruit trees, fishponds, picnic tables, greenhouses or food stands! We propose using material from demolition to create Suspended Gardens: a collective project that connects the building sites and shows the progress of restructuring. Transvaal neighbourhood has a rich diversity of food cultures. Some now senior inhabitants used to work on fields or maintained a flower garden. Their knowledge on herbs, cooking and preservation can be transferred to young people while planting and harvesting.

laboratorium voor de tussentijd