'Green Book' Helped Keep African Americans Safe on the Road
The Green Book, which was published from 1936 until the passage of the Civil Rights Act in 1964, listed establishments across the U.S. (and eventually North America) that welcomed blacks during a time when segregation and Jim Crow laws often made travel difficult — and sometimes dangerous.
11.04 Architects, 2006. Developer: Magri Group. Six apartments built on the site of a former pickling factory in Whitechapel, E1. Pre-fabricated metal frame with brick/render and cedar-wood cladding. Green tinted double-glazed windows. London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
Using our personal characteristics as a template, we aimed to mimick simillar consumer behaviour. By generalizing preferences, we created several categories of our possible consumers. Those who had the luck of ending in the category as mine, are likely to enjoy a meal at carluccios. An italian restaurant with light & hearty meals on the terrace. The logic behind the thought process being based on the information I provided on Areapp's website portal. ie. nationality, age, allergic...