A whopping twenty-two local architects and designers have joined forces to all but guarantee that the upcoming Slow Food Nation festival will look as good as it tastes. Look for IDEO's compost exhibit in Civic Center, Stanley Saitowitz's Bread Pavilion at Fort Mason, and other sustainable contributions conjured up by nearly every known quantity in town. Robin "total bullshit" Wilson will be thrilled: Designed by Jensen Architects, bright orange shipping containers-cum-welcome booth, will be made even more visible by massive windmills situated atop its roof. Click through the gallery for notes on each design; Team Slow Food Nation roster after the jump.
· The Architecture and Design of Slow Food Nation [Slow Food Nation]
The complete list of design firms participating in Slow Food Nation includes BCV Architects, ROMA Design Group, SMWM, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), CMG Landscape Architecture, Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects, CCS Architecture, David Baker + Partners Architects, Marta Fry Landscape Associates, envelope Architecture+Design, Macy Architecture, Cary Bernstein Architect, Studio Terpeluk, Aidlin Darling Design, Sagan Piechota Architecture, Winslow Architecture, Second Office, Randolph Designs, Min|Day, J+DForm, Public Architecture, and Jensen Architects.