The Woonsocket kitchen incubator was an architectural intervention for the struggling town of Woonsocket in northern Rhode Island. Currently the city has no higher education institutions and a high unemployment rate among uneducated youth. I proposed converting an old mill building downtown into an incubator with a restaurant/apprenticeship program that incorporates local produce and farmers. The design was driven by the movement of food and people within the building with a living wall separating the two. The kitchen would act as the focal point of interaction between people and food, spurring dining, teaching, growing and selling activities throughout the site.