Stocking the City

The Architecture and Infrastructure of Public Food Markets

  • The "Local" Label

    Chris DeHenzel
    Jan 30, '12 2:24 PM EST

    Oaxaca I am a little over a week into my Mexican adventure, the first leg of my fellowship (explained in the initial post if you’re just joining) although my experiences here will take a bit longer to distill into a comprehensive report.  I am writing from the city of Oaxaca de Juarez... View full entry

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I am a graduate M.Arch/MLA student at UC Berkeley, and grateful recipient of the 2011-2012 John K. Branner Fellowship, an annual traveling fellowship awarded by the UC Berkeley Department of Architecture. I will spend the 2012 calendar year visiting public food markets in major cities on 5 continents to research the relationship between markets and the infrastructure of food systems, focusing on the cultural and urban design implications of local economies. This blog will follow my journey...

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