Get to know us.
OpenGreens, by the artist collective OKNO in Brussels, is the ancestor of the P2P Food Lab project. The OpenGreens wiki and the related Time Inventors Kabinet is full of resources relating to urban food, monitoring systems, and more. It is a major repository for anyone interested in urban gardens, biodiversity, and DIY electronics.
The Sony Computer Science Laboratory in Paris teamed up with OKNO and introduced the P2P concept. Sony CSL is also further developing the technology platform. We will be posting our progress in the P2P Food Lab wiki. We are also setting up a community garden in La Plaine St-Denis, near Paris.
The third partner is the European Center of Living Technology (ECLT), in Venice, Italy. They bring in a team of renowned social scientists analysing the socio-economic dynamics at work within the P2P Food Labs. They plan to build the fourth P2P Food Lab community, joining Brussels, Paris and Barcelona.
The third partner is you, and all the people interested in developping this project further. As we move along, we will publish more and more information about how you can get involved. If you want to join, send us an email at .
P2P Food Lab workshop in Paris
March 24th, 2014
First P2P Food Lab workshop!
March 8th, 2014
Impressions from Rome
I've put up some photos of the Maker Faire in Rome. Check out the news page.
Oct 8th, 2013
Here's a first draft of the instructable. There's still an enourmous amount of work to be done but it's a start! If you feel like helping don't hesitate to contact me!
Oct 2nd, 2013
Next Maker Faire stop:
I'm very happy to say that you will be able to see the P2P Food Lab project at the Maker Faire in Saint Malo. It will be wonderful to show our work in France!
Oct 1st, 2013
We're selected for the Maker Faire Rome!
P2P Food Lab is one of the 200 makers who have been selected for the first major Maker Faire in Europe. We're going to Rome!
July 15th, 2013
We won the OuiShare Awards!
P2P Food Lab won the OuiShare Awards in the P2P category. The competition was tough and we were up against four other fantastic projects that made it to the last round (out of 100 projects all categories confounded). The price was presented by the P2P Foundation. Hurray!
Photo by OuiShare.
May 5th, 2013