Social Cooperation Architects (SCoopA) have announced the winners of their competition centered on the theme of the 2015 Expo Milano: Feed the World. The competition collected ideas and solutions from all over the world that addressed problems such as social inequality, population growth and the scarcity of resources. Currently the winners and honorary mentions are on display at the 2015 Expo Milano. Read on for the winning proposals and their accompanying boards after the break.
Selfie City brings together agricultural production and habitation with modern industries, addressing both issues using city making as a catalyst. This proposal proves that cities can and should provide food, and that there is a need to diminish their enormous footprint, especially with the level of urbanization we live in.
Earth Frame –Monika Woźniak/Poland
How can people and nature begin to co-exist in balance again? Earth Frame looks at this problem differently, creating an opportunity to recreate nature as it was before humans dominated it. The Earth Frame provides easy access to green spaces without the radical impact of a new environmental system on existing cities.
Traversal Landscape – Taehyung Park/United States
The Pearl River Delta’s urban and aquacultural conditions are currently fragmented. Traversal Landscape envisions the projection of public realms across the different realms contained in the spatial mosaic of the Pearl River Delta.
Wicker Metamorphosis - Domingo Arancibia/Chile
In the 21st century, the conversion of agricultural crops, lack of innovation and the ignorance of the art of production is leading to the eventual disappearance of local arts such as the production of wicker in Chimbarongo, Chile. Wicker Metamorphosis is a project that imagines a solution to this crisis.
Read more about the above projects and see the honorary mentions here.