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Tableware as Sensorial Stimuli by Jinhyun Jeon

Tableware as Sensorial Stimuli cutlery by Jinhyun Jeon

Jinhyun Jeon created the Tableware as Sensorial Stimuli cutlery to stimulate all the senses when eating.

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Can the shape, texture and colour of cutlery change the way food tastes? Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Jinhyun Jeon created this set of knobbly, bulbous and serrated cutlery to stimulate diners’ full range of senses at the table

Le pot à cornichon de Charlotte Poupon.

Le pot à cornichon de Charlotte Poupon.

Part of the Steam Cells project, Vierne is asking what will happen in the future if we are no longer able to farm? Can our nutritious requirements be met by Laboratories? Could we end up purchasing sustenance in pharmaceutical capsules? The image shown above somehow manages to make the idea seem appealing, although in practice we suspect not.

Part of the Steam Cells project, Vierne is asking what will happen in the future if we are no longer able to farm? Can our nutritious requirements be met by Laboratories? Could we end up purchasing sustenance in pharmaceutical capsules? The image shown above somehow manages to make the idea seem appealing, although in practice we suspect not.

Aldo Bakker porcelain tableware, industrial design, collabcubed

Aldo Bakker porcelain tableware, industrial design - this freaks me out a bit but is still very Design design industrial design

Experimental Hungarian design workshop dombon-a-tanya created another way to share based on the origin of their informal word for “friend,” komatal.

Sharing Food is a Great Conversation Starter

the experimental Hungarian design workshop dombon-a-tanya created another way to share based on the origin of their informal word for “friend,” komatál.

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