Bee Collective will be part of Food Revolution 5.0 at the Gewerbemuseum Winterthur, Switzerland. You can visit the exhibition from 02.12.18 – 28.04.19.
Design for tomorrow’s society
“Food Revolution 5.0” grapples with some of the most pressing issues of the 21st century: What will the future of human nutrition look like? Will we be eating meat, growing vegetables in indoor farms or feasting on algae proteins and mealworms? New models of thinking and practice in relation to the food of tomorrow are devised in our speculative laboratory. International designers present their concepts and visions for designing the global nutrition system. Suggestions for best practice are found alongside hypothetical projects illustrating possible future scenarios.
A collaboration with the Museum of Arts and Crafts (MKG), Hamburg.
Aftenposten, one of the mayor newspapers in Norway, placed an article on two architects who integrate beekeeping into their urban planning. Specifically by placing bee hives in the new public park along the Aker River in Oslo. The park lays central in an old industrial area in the process of turning into the new ‘place to be’ in the norwegian capital. In this urban environment, with a history of immigrants and poverty the architects started a project enabling ex-addicts and people struggling with a longterm unemployment to learn how to keep bees and using this knowledge to create a source of income while working on a better environment. The first bees should be placed by spring 2013.
Keen on getting the European Network of urban beekeepers growing, two of the members of the Bee collective visited Arild and Joakim in their new office in Oslo. The Bee collective hopes to welcome them in Maastricht in 2013 to share our experiences!
8 september bezocht een groep kinderen van de Wie-kentschool het Sphinxpark, en kreeg daar voorlichting over bijen houden van Bee Collective. Verder in deze aflevering van “Sphinxpark Ontmoet” een rondleiding door het Sphinxpark in het kader van de Open Monumentendag!
Video door Daniel van Hauten