New family structures, technology and where we choose to live, work and study are changing the way we build communities and consume food. The busy, frenetic rhythm of our lives and the convenience of fast food invites us to favour quick, unhealthy meals that are often consumed alone. Communities are built from the different types of encounters between people and places. Spaces create an opportunity for people to meet. It’s important to reimagine common spaces so that they can enhance the quality of those encounters and help reestablish food as central to convivial human relationships. In this project, the designer thinks of a solution that can promote tripartite relations and alleviate the current situation. It helps the market and 55 east rejuvenate, it is best to cooperate to attract more consumers’ attention.

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