The rooftop (props to Brooklyn Grange) and city garden craze continues, this round with Alice Waters at the helm.  T Magazine puts together a great piece and Inhabitat tells us “The $1.6 million center will include a solar-powered kitchen classroom, mobile greenhouserainwater cistern, composting system, outdoor pizza oven, and a chicken coop. The test kitchen will serve as a classroom where up to 30 kids can gather to create meals together or learn other lessons. The kitchen’s butterfly-shaped roof collects rainwater and feeds into the neighboring mobile greenhouse, a structure that covers 1,600 square feet of soil in the cold months and slides away during the spring and summer seasons.” Read more: Edible Schoolyard Set to Spring to Life in Brooklyn | Inhabitat – Green Design Will Save the World