Carrot City Archive
The following papers, articles, sessions, roundtables, etc., were written by members of the Carrot City team and others, and are based at some level on the work that emerged from the Carrot City initiative or that led to it. This list does not include talks that took place in conjunction with the exhibit at one of the venues; those are mentioned in the Exhibits section of the Archive.
Nasr, Joe, and Komisar, June. “Integration of food and agriculture into urban planning and design practices”. In Sustainable Food Planning: Evolving Theory and Practice, ed. Andre Viljoen and Han Wiskerke. Wageningen, the Neth.: Wageningen Academic Publishers, forthcoming.
Gorgolewski, Mark. “Carrot City: The impact of food security on the design of cities and buildings”. Presented at the Sustainable Buildings conference, Helsinki, Finland, October 2011.
“Food and urban form: Past and future”. Roundtable organized by Joe Nasr at the International Seminar on Urban Form, Montreal, QC, Canada, August 2011. With contributions from Vikram Bhatt, Leila Marie Farah, Jason Gilliland and June Komisar.
Nasr, Joe and Viljoen, Andre. “Can a designer help in community gardens?” Presented at the 32nd Annual Conference of the American Community Gardening Association (ACGA), New York, NY, USA, August 2011.
Gorgolewski, Mark. "Carrot City: Designing for urban agriculture" in SABMag, July/August 2011.
“Carrot City: Design for urban agriculture”. Session organized by Mark Gorgolewski at the Annual Conference of the Ontario Architects Association, Toronto, ON, Canada, May 2011. With papers by Katrin Bohn, Joe Nasr, June Komisar, Mark Gorgolewski, Joe Lobko, Jordan Edmonds and Cathy Tafler.
Komisar, June, and Nasr, Joe. “Integration of food and agriculture into urban planning and design practices”. Presented at the 2nd European Sustainable Food Planning Conference, Brighton, UK, October 2010.
Komisar, June, Nasr, Joe, and Gorgolewski, Mark. "Designing for food and agriculture: Recent explorations at Ryerson University" in Open House International, Vol. 34, No. 2, June 2009.
Gorgolewski, Mark. “Designing the Carrot City: Food security and the design of sustainable buildings and cities”. Presented at the Smart and Sustainable Built Environments Conference, Delft, Netherlands, May 2009.
Gorgolewski, Mark, Komisar, June and Nasr, Joe. "Designing the Carrot City: Food security and the design of a sustainable Toronto" in Perspectives, Vol. 16, No. 3, Fall 2008.
Komisar, June, and Nasr, Joe. “Designing and planning the edible city: Visions from Canada”. Presented at the Growing Food for London Conference, London, UK, June 2008.
Nasr, Joe, and Komisar, June. “Edible cities: Creating a sustainable urban foodscape”. Presented at Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK, June 2008.
Nasr, Joe, and Komisar, June. “Designing sustainable cities with urban agriculture”. Presented at “Pollinating our Future” Urban Agriculture Conference, Milwaukee, WI, USA, March 2008.
Komisar, June. Presentation at a session on “Green frontiers – Educational greening initiatives” at the Green Building Conference, Toronto, ON, Canada, October 2007. With Architectural Science students of Ryerson University.
Komisar, June. “Core ideas: The architecture student as citizen”. Presented at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Regional Conference, Cambridge, ON, Canada, October 2007.
Nasr, Joe, and Komisar, June. “A taste of a new frontier: On the emergence of food as a planning and design intervention”. Presented at the University of Central England, Birmingham, UK, June 2007.
“Urban food and health issues: The new frontiers of urban form?” Session organized by Joe Nasr at the International Seminar on Urban Form 2007, Ouro Preto, Brazil, June 2007. Presentations by June Komisar, Jason Gilliland and Matt Novak.
“Designing for food and agriculture: Recent explorations at Ryerson University”. Session organized by June Komisar and Joe Nasr, as part of Food for Talk series, Toronto, ON, Canada, April 2007. With presentations by Mark Gorgolewski and Architectural Science students.