Denis Piel presents Down to Earth, a project in development. Historically, as the city developed and evolved, a dichotomy arose between the urban and the rural, and in many ways that dichotomy is being maintained when thinking about the future from the perspective of the rural; that the rural environment will become the food lands of the progressive cities. Today rural/urban are not binary opposites, the rural exists in the urban, and the urban exists in the rural; nature and culture co-exist.
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