The Metro Wine Map of France

Last week, he unveiled the first fruit of his months of tasting: The Metro Wine Map of France, which re-draws the country’s wine appellations as stops on a regional subway line.

How Wine Became Metropolitan: An Interview with David Gissen. David Gissen is usually known as an architectural theorist whose publications (including a blog, and Subnature, a book I highly recommend) explore peripheral, denigrated, or otherwise overlooked aspects of urban nature — puddles, smog, and weeds — in order to re-imagine the relationship between buildings, cities, and the environment.

 

Vía www.ediblegeography.com
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