The Good Food Project is a hypothetical building design that is programmatically centered around food production and consumption. The program includes four main spaces: the urban market hall, the event/ gallery space, the urban farm, and the commissary kitchens.
The site is in San Francisco on Franklin Street and Hickory Street, facing west. Good Food is a building about the future of our food industry, and its symbolic and educational meaning is as important as its daily function.
The multi-purpose building is comprised of programs that can be divided into two categories: food production and food education. The fact that the two spaces benefits from being adjacent to each other drives the formal development and the spatial organization of the project.