BEST OF MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2015 | Fasted by Studio Dessuant Bone, a family of tableware fasted of their functions.  (spotted on the exhibition 'A Stomaco Vuoto' curated by DWA Studio). http://www.yatzer.com/best-of-milan-design-week-2015

BEST OF MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2015

Fasted by Studio Dessuant Bone, a family of tableware fasted of their functions. (spotted on the exhibition 'A Stomaco Vuoto' curated by DWA Studio).

Based in the Netherlands, the pair’s collection Botanica is a historical study as much as an art project, delving into the techniques and materials of the 18th and 19th centuries...

Botanica: Based in the Netherlands, the pair’s collection Botanica is a historical study as much as an art project, delving into the techniques and materials of the and centuries.

'Tableware as Sensorial Stimuli' by Jin Hyun Jeon.  Dutch Design Week 2012

Jinhyun Jeon, graduated in the Netherlands, made Sensorial cutlery as Sensorial Stimuli to analyze the relationship between food and the senses.

CAC03-Stoneware-by-Laura-Lynn-Jansen--Thomas-Vailly Objet en roche, le design détourne le principe naturel de création des stalactites. Magique!

Laura Lynn Jansen and Thomas Vailly "grow" stone tableware

Dutch designers Laura Lynn Jansen + Thomas Vailly have created a collection of tableware by "growing" stone over a structural skeleton

Sensorial stimuli Cutlery | Eindhoven based designer Jinhyun Jeon |  The project aims to reveal just how much more, stretching the limits of what tableware can do. Focusing on ways of turning eating into a richer experience, a series of dozens of different designs were created, inspired by the phenomenon of synesthesia. This is a neurological condition where stimulus to one sense can affect one or more of the other senses.

Tableware as Sensorial Stimuli by Jinhyun Jeon

These bizarre utensils were created by Netherlands-based designer Jinhyun Jeon “to promote healthier eating habits—such as, eating slower and consuming less sugar due to enhanced taste of sweetness.

Al Vitra Design Museum i Formafantasma rendono omaggio ai maestri carbonai | Anteprime dal mondo

FORMAFANTASMA Client:Vitra Design Museum Year: 2012 In collaboration with a glass blower and wood carver, the designers produced a series of jars and wooden ‘filters’.


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