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If you’ve ever wondered where all the component parts of your taco come from, a group of California College of the Arts
architecture students have you covered. The Tacoshed Project
, born from the intersection of a taco cart taco and a discussion of food and wastesheds, breaks down where all the various bits of the beloved street food come from: the cheese, the rice, the aluminum foil. The resulting chart tells a story that starts at a taco cart and stretches out into Mexico, the Midwest, Australia, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia.
Graphic courtesy CCA Architecture Faculty David Fletcher (Fletcher Studio), John Bela (Rebar Group), and California College of the Arts architecture students