The cold chain is one of the core issues of the global nutrition challenge. InspiraFarms is well aware of that. For more than 10 years, it has been at the forefront in promoting technological development and dissemination together with the construction of facilities able to stabilize and preserve food produced in emerging countries. InspiraFarms is about to build a technological and cultural hub to address the global
challenges of food supply chains. It will generate a greater availability of products and job opportunities in a place where more than 25% of the local population live below the poverty line.
In this hub, a system of infrastructures and a training center will share with the local population knowledge and technologies to meet their needs. This will be achieved by developing strategies to make their activities more competitive and seeking new ways to create jobs and opportunities especially for young women and segments of the population facing higher risks. This is the goal of Ghana Innovation Farm. It is the third edition of the Manni Design Award, which is Inspira- Farms’ ally for the creation of a beacon of culture and innovation. It shall become a reference for the local community providing resources, knowledge, and solutions able to meet the most basic of human rights: access to food.
CONCEPT - There are 3 buildings are the competition is to create the 4th building and the façade of the designed 3 buildings. Our design approach is to tie all the building using the 4th building. We are to create a knot as the façade of the design, the program of the 4th building, and the landscape (exterior).We are to create a new dimension to the area via ghana farm. We have the knot to connect the village and become the center for its unique food process factory, storage, and community.