Post-Pandemic Production Urbanism
In the past two years, COVID-19 has caused tremendous changes in production. Warehouses, as the original containers for storing surplus production, how to affect the urban network with a new production chain in the post-pandemic era starts the discussion. The vegetable is farmed in the countryside. After verification and cultivation, the harvesting begins. The logistics processed by the picking workshop are stored in the warehouse, and passed to consumers. Initially, as the pandemic spread, people stopped going to markets, and turned to order the vegetable from the origin. The warehouses that used to be marketed in rural areas were abandoned. The daily food supply starts in the early morning, and has a quality loophole potential. The restaurant’s production use has also formed demand for retail customers in the delivery market, and the demand for retail customers has begun to be too large. In the meanwhile, the number of manpower in the production area is insufficient, causing the normal harvesting process cannot be carried out. It is estimated that only 1% of the vegetables entered the market normally last year, and the remaining were directly scrapped. In 2030, the so-called "post-pandemic era". "Production Urbanism" is to use the ghost kitchen combined with the charging station to improve the gathering of people and food in logistics, take care of students, delivery men and drivers. Warehouses, is no longer an public boundary on the back, but a regional logistics node that is appreciated from the front and becomes a medium for maintaining social operations.