Solar Cooking Club

A new idea of space, in a present in which the organization of environments and the creation of ephemeral villages are topics on the agenda, is the starting point of the City Pop Up Project in which Open Design School and Atelier Bow Wow work on the design and creation of microobjects and nomadic architectures that become activators of new ways of using places. In particular, during the Solar Cooking Club, a workshop organized by Open Design School in September with Japanese architects Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima of Atelier Bow Wow, they worked on the self-construction of a Solar Cooker, an oven that uses solar energy to heat, cooking, pasteurizing drinks and food, a cooking method widespread throughout the world, at low economic and environmental cost, which reduces fuel costs, air pollution and the slowdown in deforestation and desertification caused by the collection of firewood for cooking. The will is to develop small projects in do it yourself and open source mode, available to everyone, to think about food, but also about the social impact that design and architecture can create, investigating current issues such as seasonal migration, to develop a series of projects useful to those who are nomadic, have no home, but must be equipped with tools that allow you to make their own objects that allow you to live a better life.

Movimento Libero

Movimento Libero

Materadio Village 2019

Materadio Village 2019