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Slow Food Extravaganza

2008_07_slowfood.jpgEven the design front of the 15 pavilions at Slow Food Nation will be a big deal. A big, sustainable, literal interpretation of a deal: "Architect John Randolph, who designed San Francisco's Gordon Biersch Brewery and Restaurant, will design a bar made of recycled beer bottles; Aidlin Darling Design's chocolate pavilion will be made of shipping pallets and palm fronds ... Sagan Piechota Architecture's Pickles & Chutney pavilion will have walls made of Mason jars filled with pickling recipes, and more than 3,000 salvaged Mason jar lids will be suspended from the ceiling." All Slow Food Extravaganza coverage here. [Chron]

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