When I last met with Antonino, we discussed the importance of beginning to make a visual case for each of the different leads I encounter. This is part of the research that I can pursue without the Ethical Review having taken place, as it would involve a desk study of information in the public domain,… Continue reading Speaking in Agritectures – inspiration from illustrator Alan Snow
I’m sure some of that money came from the US as well [referencing agricool]. If you look at US companies a lot of those are getting their money from the middle east as well. Saudi Arabia has invested in a lo of the big vertical farming companies. SoftBank is not a US based fund. I… Continue reading HGS#1 26:57
“That’s another interesting and compelling aspect of this. Because you see entrepreneurs in some cities like New York where its taking off - there’s a constant flow of new people who want to innovate and build business and build technologies and build farms - and there’s kind of an ag-tech silicon valley happening here. But… Continue reading HGS#1 23:52
Categories of Municipal Priorities and One Sided Incentives may be better integrated into the same category?
"It goes back to understanding the differences and complexities between different types of agriculture that could work in a city. Because cities don’t understand those differences, they either create incentives that are one sided, and support one, or they do it on a piecemeal case by case basis. So if a company comes with the… Continue reading HGS#1 22:38
The conversation I had with Henry Gordon-Smith makes me think about how, perhaps I can look specifically at this area of 'integrations' as a way of hooking in better with the Architectural elements of Agritecture - I need to examine more what I mean by this!? I'm thinking about agritecture 'blocks' or elements that can hook… Continue reading MEMO
- referring to the Plant, Chicago “That’s an example of an attempt there” [at integration] 20:25 Referencing Audio File First call with Henry Gordon-Smith of Agritecture.com 02/01/2019 13:30