by Paul Matevosyan (MArch '16)
Considers social history (food-consumers and food-producer were historically the same people), post urbanization. and specialization. The chain between food-producer and food-consumer has grown increasingly complex. The result is that people don't know where their food comes from. Romans had a food hub in the centers of their cities–how do we create one for modern times? It could be a food and activity hub.