We always think that farming or agriculture is good for the earth but actually there are many consequences. We never thought about it.



More than 1,000 of all pollinators are vertebrates such as birds, bats, and small mammals. Most (more than 200,000 species) are beneficial insects such as flies, beetles, wasps, ants, butterflies, moths and bee

  • Monarch butterflies have declined by 90% in the last 20 years.
  • 25% of bumble bees species are thought to be in serious decline.


Economic transformation accompanied the expansion of agriculture throughout small-scale societies of the Near East. These farmsteads and villages, as well as mobile pastoral groups, formed the backbone of agricultural production, which enabled tradable surpluses necessary for more expansive, community-scale economic networks. The role of such economies in the development of social complex
ity remains debated, but they did play an essential role in the rise of urbanism. Cities depended on agricultural specialists, including farmers and herders, to feed urban populations and to enable craft and ritual specializations



The farming dilemma is a project of IaaC, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia
developed at Master in City & Technology in (2020/2021) by:
Student: Pawitra Bureerak
Faculties: Diego Pajarito