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Lunch box talk: Fruit, vegetables and livestock in Londonís Square Mile

The first of three lunch box talks on architecture and food as part of the London Festival of Architecture 2010.


Find out about Mitchell Taylor Workshop’s proposal for a temporary use of the ‘cheese grater’ development site (in the City’s Leadenhall Street), offered an innovative and cost-effective solution for keeping a large, empty site vibrant. This exciting proposal could be adopted as a model for other disused sites across the UK.

A presentation by Piers Taylor of Mitchell Taylor Workshop, in conversation with Gill Fearnyough, director of The Architecture Centre, Bristol.


Speaker(s):

Piers Taylor / Gill Fearnyoug | talks

 

Date and Time:

24 June 2010 at 1:00 pm

Duration:

1 hour

 

Venue:

Alan Baxter Gallery
70 Cowcross Street
London
EC1M 6EL

http://www.lfa2010.org/event.php?id=179&name=lunch_box_talks_food_and_architecture
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Organised by:

Architecture Centre Network
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Tickets:

£6 including a lunch box from Farm Collective

Available from:

http://www.lfa2010.org/event.php?id=179&name=lunch_box_talks_food_and_architecture

Additional Information:

This event is one of three lunch box talks on architecture and food organised by Architecture Centre Network as part of the
London Festival of Architecture 2010. Full details here:
http://www.lfa2010.org/event.php?id=179&name=lunch_box_talks_food_and_architecture

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