5.5 designers: 'guide to free farming' project
 
5.5 designers: 'guide to free farming' project
dec 04, 2009

5.5 designers: 'guide to free farming' project

various tools designed for the free farming project

5.5 designers proposed ‘the guide to free farming’ at the ICSID world design congress during singapore design week 09. lead by design indaba the research project uses radical solutions to produce food, energy and resources.

‘the guide to free farming’ project was presented in the form of a book that aimed to restore a close relation between consumers and the natural environment, creating a shorter link to guide people who live in cities to take on the role of farmers in their urban environment. it is about farming in the city and encourages readers to discover the unsuspecting resources hidden in our towns. the book includes recipes like street flower salad and grilled rat, along with instruction guides to, for instance, plucking a pigeon or a starling just as we once plucked chickens, tips for collecting dandelion greens, snails and honey, as well as guides to mushroom picking and uses for expired food is also included. the good address section provides schedules for traditional gleaning sessions at our best markets and food factories.

5.5 designers: 'guide to free farming' project various tools designed for the free farming project

here are some examples of ‘the guide to free farming’ in paris.

5.5 designers: 'guide to free farming' project a range of animals found in an urban environment

5.5 designers: 'guide to free farming' project a range of edible plants found in paris

5.5 designers: 'guide to free farming' project a camouflage cloak to catch pigeons in urban area

5.5 designers: 'guide to free farming' project growing snails at home for eating purposes

5.5 designers: 'guide to free farming' project a bird trap to capture pigeons

5.5 designers: 'guide to free farming' project this trap can be installed on the wall and attract cockroaches

5.5 designers: 'guide to free farming' project a rat trap bag that can be carried around the city

5.5 designers: 'guide to free farming' project a flower collector

5.5 designers: 'guide to free farming' project a fishing rod allows you to fish in urban area

5.5 designers: 'guide to free farming' project a bag to collect abandoned vegetables and fruits in markets.

5.5 designers: 'guide to free farming' project dog fur can become a great resource of clothing.

5.5 designers: 'guide to free farming' project vincent baranger and anthony lebossé of 5.5 designers at the congress portrait © designboom

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    will their creativity get them out of their own ‘Corny’ trap ?

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