Architects Design A Better Greenmarket

Architects Design A Better Greenmarket
Design

The modular system encourages a more friendly shopping experience.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 29 november 2012

The growth and popularity of farmers markets and greenmarkets across the US in the past decade is obvious to see. The range of items available for sale has moved far beyond produce to include wine, pickled everything, prepared dishes from cuisines around the world, handmade clothing, jewelry and I’ve even seen artist made bird feeders. While the selection has evolved, the market experience for the most part has not. Vendors set up tents in long rows, unfold some tables, and stack their goods.

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