Here is a market in Rotterdam by the architects MVRDV. It mixes where you live with where you buy fresh produce. That sounds logical enough: everyone knows and always has – even through the centuries – that your house should be near your green grocer. That way you can walk and get your veggies.
Come to think of it, there have been a couple of dark moments in history when planners and developers and designers thought that markets and houses should be kept separate and convinced literally everybody that that was a good idea. I hope we’re past those moments; they weren’t that long ago. This market is the the happy manifesto for reintegration.