Food and the City
Contents include: Raw, Medium, Well Done: A Typological Reading of Australian Cafes by Jane Lawrence & Rachel Hurst; Blurring Boundaries, Defining Place: The New Hybrid Space of Dining by Gail Satler; The New and the Rare: Gourmet Food in the Japanese Department Store by Masaaki Takahashi; Tasting the Periphery: Bangkok’s Agri and Aqua-cultural Fringe by Brian McGrath & Danai Thaitakoo; “Big Sign” Dining in Hong Kong: The City as Dining Room by Jeffrey W. Cody and Mary C. Day; Taste, Sound and Smell: On the Street in Chinatown and Little Italy by Nisha Fernando; What’s Eating Manchester? Gastro-culture and Urban Regeneration David Bell & Jon Binnie; Designing the Gastronomic Quarter by Susan Parham
The City as Dining Room, Market and Farm (Karen A Franck).
Raw, Medium, Well Done: A Typological Reading of Australian Eating Places (Rachel Hurst & Jane Lawrence).
Taste, Smell and Sound On the Street in Chinatown and Little Italy (Nisha Fernando).
The New and the Rare: Luxury and Convenience in Japanese Depa-chika (Masaaki Takahashi).
Food for the City, Food in the City (Karen A Franck).
Tasting the Periphery: Bangkok’s Agri- and Aquacultural Fringe (Brian McGrath & Danai Thaitakoo).
Urban Agriculture: Small, Medium, Large (Gil Doron).
The City as Dining Room: Big-Sign Dining in Hong Kong (Jeffrey W Cody & Mary C Day).
Blurring Boundaries, Defining Places: The New Hybrid Spaces of Eating (Gail Satler).
Out of the Kitchen and onto the Footpath (Louisa Carter).
What’s Eating Manchester? Gastro-Culture and Urban Regeneration (David Bell & Jon Binnie).
Designing the Gastronomic Quarter (Susan Parham).
Interior Eye: Shopping at MoMA (Craig Kellogg).
Building Profile: Fawood Children’s Centre (Jeremy Melvin).
Home Run: Self-Build Housing in Peckham (Bruce Stewart).
McLean’s Nuggets: Will McLean - Practice Profile: Walters and Cohen (Jeremy Melvin).
Site Lines: Jackson-Triggs Niagara Estate (Sean Stanwick).