supermarket, food production, processing, distribution, consumption, consumer, interior, spatial, intervention
Architecture | Interior Architecture
The architecture of the supermarket and the landscape of food production, processing, distribution, and consumption it is situated within, further isolates the relationships consumers have with their food and routines. Investigating the intersection between socio-political, and economic constructs that shape the supermarket, the psychology of the interior constructs, and uses of spatial theory to frame architectural tactics of intervention, the thesis aims to embed a narrative subscript into the existing supermarket experience, to expand beyond its systemic constructs and user policies.
Johnson, Taylor, "Subversive Supermarket: Tactical Interjections into the Everyday Experience" (2015). Architecture Thesis Prep. 290.
School of Architecture 2015
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