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(Panharith Ean)

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  Urban Development  
  Around Food Infrastructure   Overtown is often described as a “food desert” in Miami. It is a predominantly poor black neighborhood surrounded by famous food districts in Miami. This is an urban development project that aims to redefine Overtown through its rich food history by developing infrastructure around food production, consumption, and waste on three different site conditions: suburban block, commercial strip, and affordable housing block. It promotes not only the self-sufficient food production but also the social culture around food.

Site:  Overtown Miami, FL, USA
Year:  2018
Design critic:  Chris Reed, Sean Canty

Three sites with three different stages of food cycle
Private residential block intervention
Private residential block
Combining food production into restaurants and grocery stores
Commercial Strip
Affordable Housing Types
Affordable Housing Block Composition
Affordable Housing Block Model