Designed by Herzog and de Meuron, the Slow Food Pavilion at the Milan Expo 2015 is a stunning, simple series of structures that is both cost-efficient and easy to assemble. Showcasing the lifestyle and culture associated with the sustainable practices of the slow food movement, the pavilion promotes supporting regional gastronomy and the slow pace of life it fosters.
The slow food movement is an important part of the growing consumer desire for
Additionally, the cultivation of slow food is likely to inspire a greater understanding of the intricate, overlapping nature of humans and the environment. the environmental impact of the individual, as people are likely to treat their surroundings better when they realize it is also tasked with bearing their means of sustenance.