Yep, we're all about Slow Food Nation. The four day event dedicated to healthy and tasty food that's good for the planet takes place in San Francisco, today through Monday. Sure, we're excited about sampling all that delicious food and learning more about sustainability and biodiversity, but we're also pretty interested in checking out the physical spaces that were created for this gastronomic celebration.
One of the coolest things about the spaces that were built for SFN is that they aim to create as little waste as possible. Under the Zero Waste Program, event items -- including building materials, plates and flatware, food waste and packaging -- will all be recycled and composted. More than 30 renowned designers and architects have participated in creating the 22 stations and temporary buildings spaces that will make up the event.
• Slow Food Nation
Artist renderings, from top: Jensen Architects, Randolph Designs, Sagan Piechota Architecture, Macy Architecture