As specialists in food retail and hospitality, architects Holland Harvey's value-led practice is all about teamwork, collaboration and conscious choice. It's an approach that's not just applicable to architecture.
Can a place really have a taste? Of course, it's all about the balance between the human and non-human and appreciating the big picture says sommèliere, gastronome and food writer Ursula Heinzelmann.
Michaela Haas on the growing movement to free crop seeds from the clutches of Big Agriculture and return them to the commons where they belong.
Anthropologist Lindsey Foltz looks at food preservation practices in Bulgaria in the context of food sovereignty and finds a lot to learn about developing and preserving resilient food systems.
Investigative artist Grace Gloria Denis uses the sound and taste of a meal as both a medium and a pedagogical tool to propose a digestible approach to critical inquiry.
LinYee Yuan, the founder and editor of MOLD magazine, talks about designing the future of food, working in print and her recent return to place-based practice in the community.
Cheesemaker Trevor Warmedahl visits Tushetian herders in the pastoral highlands of the Caucasus to learn about their adaptive relationship with landscape, livestock and indigenous microbes.
Jonathan Nunn, the founder of Vittles, talks to The Common Table about his new book with Open City concerning food, architecture, diversity and marginal spaces in London.
S72+ is a new collaborative dinner series by studio_lovell, founders of The Common Table, where we gather a variety of people from different disciplines to discuss pivotal issues, in this case, "supply chains".