UNSOLICITED


Independently identifying possibilities and conditions to develop alternate paradigms of client, program, budget and site relationships


ACTION


Considers architectural research and practice as a holistic activity situated within a dynamic social context to intervene


ur·ban·ism

noun
the way of life characteristic of cities and towns.

ra·pid pro·to·typ·ing

noun
The quickly computer-controlled production of a physical object from a virtual object; built to test a concept or process or to act as a thing to be replicated or learned from.

PLACEMAKING


Creatively exploring how design, art, and technology can serve as tools for civic participation in the creation of public space


PARTICIPATION


An associative and collaborative environment that tactically networks community members, stakeholders, and end users


Vol. 1


Food Wheel is the first publication in an ongoing series addressing 'Urban Prototyping' as an emerging method of architectural practice in the public realm