Tag: "food"

WASARA, made out of bamboo and bagasse

WASARA was born from a desire to design tableware that perfectly complements the dishes you serve and creates a heartwarming and comfortable setting, even though it can only be used once.

THE LOAF IN A BOX a temporary bakery in Donostia

They started in 2009 with the bread courses of Ibán Yarza in The Glutton Club. Published in 2011 under the label Glutton Books, one of the reference books for fans of the bakery. In 2012, they opened with its author, international guru of bread Dan Lepard, The Loaf In a Box. The Loaf In a Box was a temporary bakery, conceived for three months in Donostia.

Artistic Easter Eggs

All their Yummy range of Easter Eggs are made with Belgium Dark, White or Milk chocolate.

Samsara, the excessive consumption

This 6 minute short film will leave you wordless… Samsara is a Tibetan word that means wheel of life, a concept both intimate and spacious, which defines the soul of all.

Seppl by Arvid Häusser

Seppl is an espresso maker out of porcelain. The single parts are seperatly affixed and completely visible.

Kasper by Arvid Häusser

Kasper is a hand operated coffeemill with a visible planetary gear.

Cooking Applications by Casper Tolhuisen

Today we present Collection by Casper Tolhuisen. The food project is based on the creation of a set of tools in order to imitate the mass production processes and experiment with new ways to cook food. Thus, as it can be seen, the main focuses of it are both experimentation and design process.

Taça by Entresuelo1a

How many times have we had to break the biscuits to dip it in a bowl full of milk?
Many people choose to crush and eat with a spoon. These inadequacy behaviors arise from the cookie to the glasses / cups, or vice versa. Studio Entresuelo 1a came up with a good inspiration in order to solve the problem.

Molecular Gastronomy

Molecular gastronomy is a subdiscipline of food science that seeks to investigate the physical and chemical transformations of ingredients that occur in cooking.

R2B2 a kitchen machine by Christoph Thetard

Kitchen machines with an alternative drive concept. R2B2 is the result of a project to reduce private electric waste production. There are three different kitchen appliances, which are powered by rotating a flywheel with muscular strength. Electricity is not necessary anymore. Wide user studies showed, that a kitchen machine, a coffee grinder and a hand blender are the most needed driven appliances. They all can be placed in the container. A lot of other features are possible to power. All products and pieces are designed by including user studies under the topics long life, high functionality, easy cleaning, easy demounting and high quality look.

Homeplus Subway Virtual Store by Tesco

Tesco Homeplus opened a virtual grocery store in a South Korea subway station, where users shop by scanning QR codes on their smartphones.

World’s first chocolate printer

Last year, a clutch of researchers at Britain’s University of Exeter developed the first 3D–ever chocolate printer—and the world rejoiced.

Banana “Nana serif” typography

Luiz Risi & Yomar Agusto had to boost banana sales, using only the 2,7 centimeter Chiquita-label as a medium. Together with my brazilian friend Yomar Augusto – graphic and type designer, they created a font made with Chiquita banana peels: the Nana Serif typography.


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