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SHAREDKITCHENSCHOOL FOR ACTIVISM _ FOOD _ EMMI JÄÄSKELÄINEN & VILLE RELANDER
Problem – solution ?Empty fridge or nobody to dine with? Wantto learn cooking without having to commit toa weekly cooking ...
Shared kitchen...... is inspired by the fact that everyoneneeds to eat, but not everyone has the bestpremises to cook good...
Open and social
Street level, easy access Looks like a restaurant
1 Enter space           2 Pick menu & pay fee                               1                               2             ...
Works for- a single mom with two kids to feed- busy couples wanting to spend quality timetogether- kids needing a place to...
Owners’ Manual1. Find a nice, easily accessible space. Equip it like you would an à la carte restaurant.2. Hire a professi...
Shared kitchenComing to your neighbourhood in 2013 ?
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  1. 1. SHAREDKITCHENSCHOOL FOR ACTIVISM _ FOOD _ EMMI JÄÄSKELÄINEN & VILLE RELANDER
  2. 2. Problem – solution ?Empty fridge or nobody to dine with? Wantto learn cooking without having to commit toa weekly cooking course? Need to vacuumsomething but don’t own the equipment?Shared kitchen could be a solution for you.
  3. 3. Shared kitchen...... is inspired by the fact that everyoneneeds to eat, but not everyone has the bestpremises to cook good food.Why couldn’t those premises be locatedoutside the apartment and shared withother urban dwellers wanting to use them?
  4. 4. Open and social
  5. 5. Street level, easy access Looks like a restaurant
  6. 6. 1 Enter space 2 Pick menu & pay fee 1 2 33 Prepare menu with chef 4 Enjoy
  7. 7. Works for- a single mom with two kids to feed- busy couples wanting to spend quality timetogether- kids needing a place to go to for afterschool snack- students without a proper kitchen- tourists wanting culinary experiences- me, them, you
  8. 8. Owners’ Manual1. Find a nice, easily accessible space. Equip it like you would an à la carte restaurant.2. Hire a professional chef, who designs the menus and knows how the kitchen works. This is the service people pay for.3. Gain income for the salaries by renting the space out and lending dinner sets.4. Market the concept by organizing food-related events, courses, menu competitions, etc.
  9. 9. Shared kitchenComing to your neighbourhood in 2013 ?

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