The problematic of this projet was : “How can we tend to self-sufficency at the scale of a district ?”
Our group, composed of Aurélia Berauer [product design] / Claire Eberhardt [graphic design] / Jennyfer Monchablon [space design] and I has been affected to a typicall district of Strasbourg, the Krutenau.
The district of Krutenau showed a big concentration of groceries, restaurants and cafe. But there also appeared some little urban gardens, still sparsely known from the inhabitants.
After analysing the district and it’s users, we thought it would be crucial to involve the restorer and the people in a eco-project.
The restaurants producing a lot of organic waste, the idea of composts came up.
In the goal of bringing the district to a self-sufficiency, the first step was to collect all the waste by establishing composters in the district. By applying the concept of a cycle, the compost would supply the urban gardens that would spread out in the city.
Krut’no’waste wants to create a dynamic around the cycle of organic wastes, from compost to urban gardens.