is a series of infrastructural and typological modifications in-between the cycle of consumption and the material recovery effort in the urban consumer environment.
Situated along the waters edge of the five boroughs, ‘big box’ centers of consumption would act as relay sites between corner deli’s, shared urban warehouses and barge oriented recycling facilities. Connecting these urban points of storage, purchase and processing will increase transportation efficiency and incentivize direct consumer participation in the material recovery effort.
Status: School Project
Location: Brooklyn, NY, US