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Enterprise
01
nov
Enterprise

What if we could grow tasty, nutritious food locally and make it accessible and affordable for the many people? What if we could tackle the increasing demand for food by pioneering a new paradigm of symbiotic food production and distribution, empowering everyone to join in? Are you ready for the next culinary journey? You will discover how locally, tasty growing food is not an exception, but the norm. If you think this is only a nice-to-have dream, then find out about the new food concepts by SPACE 10 lab. Even better, join this session to TASTE the next generation of food!

Local food for the many people

What if we could grow tasty, nutritious food locally and make it accessible and affordable for the many people? What if we could tackle the increasing demand for food by pioneering a new paradigm of symbiotic food production and distribution, empowering everyone to join in? And what if we could reduce food miles and our environmental impact, and educate our children about the importance of nutritious food in more meaningful and playful ways?
In this session we will unfold The Farm, a SPACE10 lab exploring and prototyping alternative methods for growing, distributing and integrating food production in our cities.

During the 3 hour break session we will unfold The Farm, a SPACE10 lab exploring and prototyping alternative methods for growing, distributing and integrating food production in our cities. We will also introduce you to the different entities representing SPACE 10. For instance, LOKAL is a fresh approach to food, serving you delicious food right where it’s grown. Because the closer the better, both for people and the planet.
You will enjoy a LOKAL lunch produced with our hydroponic farm and be invited to participate on a debate on how can we can solve the challenge with food through creativity.

Who are the organisers?

Stefannia Russo is a Project Lead at SPACE10, currently leading The Farm. She is a multi-disciplinary designer with a passion for social innovation. She kicked off her career at Designit, where she discovered what it is to design with a purpose, and later joined Microsoft on a journey to strengthen her business competences. She is also studying for a Master’s in Social Entrepreneurship.

Simon Perez is an experienced chef in the Copenhagen food scene and also the food designer behind the SPACE10 Playful Research project “Tomorrow’s Meatball”. Earlier this year Simon joined SPACE10 for a residency with The Farm. At SPACE10, he focuses his work on innovation and ethics. This implies caring about the environment as a working principle as well as putting a strong emphasis on the visual presentation and consistency in flavour, textures and comfort.