Los Angeles Cleantech Corridor

3rd Place Winner with Jesse Keenan for SciArc and Archpaper’s Cleantech Corridor Competition

The speed of a curve dictates a new gestation and generation in the production and delivery of fresh food and minute by minute decentralized public space.

Beyond Fordism, Flexible Accumulation, and Conceptions of linear and horizontal space, The Locavore’s Agritech is a proposition for a new agribusiness campus located in the post industrialized Alameda Corridor in East Downtown Los Angeles.

Combined with an innovative new growing system, a new utilization and formalization of an in place food truck network would be employed to redefine the role of public space in a city without any, suggesting new more flexible models of land use, real estate valuation, and retrofitting Cities for a post-automobile culture.

Selected Press: 






Stan Allen
Dean of the School of Architecture, Princeton University
Principal, Stan Allen Architect

Ming Fung
Director of Academic Affairs, SCI-Arc
Principal, Hodgetts+Fung Design and Architecture

Cris B. Liban, D.Env., P.E.
Environmental Compliance and Services Department Manage, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Michael Maltzan
Principal, Michael Maltzan Architecture

Dennis McGlade
President/Partner OLIN, RLA, FASLA

Romel Pascual
City of Los Angeles Deputy Mayor, Energy and Environment

Nikolas Patsaouras
Past president of the Board of the Water and Power Commissioners
Former board member of the MTA

Donald Spivack
Deputy Chief of Operations and Policy, Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles

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