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High School Students Build A Farmer's Market In A Food Desert | Fast Company

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:20 AM
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by Lori Shearer last modified Oct 10, 2011

Bertie County, North Carolina is the poorest county in its state, with residents who are largely obese and an agricultural economy that is reliant on tobacco, cotton, peanuts, and soy. It's also home to Emily Pilloton and Studio H, a...




 

 

Bertie County, North Carolina is the poorest county in its state, with  residents who are largely obese and an agricultural economy that is reliant on tobacco, cotton, peanuts, and soy. It's also home to Emily Pilloton and Studio H, a design/build program in a local public high school. This past year, Pilloton and partner Matthew Miller led a class of high school students in designing and building a much-needed (and quite beautiful) farmer's market pavilion for the area.

Studio H construction timelapse from Project H Design on Vimeo.


via www.fastcompany.com

It's great to see this follow-up story by Fast Company to the blog post and interview I conducted on Emily Pilloton's design work.



 

 

 
 
 

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