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Eindhoven's Exquisite Food Culture Exhibition Proves Design Can Help Promote Sustainable Eating

by , 08/31/12
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Food Culture: Eating by Design, Premsela, Marije Vogelzang, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, Food Design, Marti Guixe, Designhuis, Sustainable Food, Animals, Urban farming, Art, Botanical, social design, Green Products, Green Events, design academy of eindhoven,

Insects are flying protein and many cultures around the world eat them; they are said to be tasty and more sustainable than farmed meat. In a book called “Het insectenkookboek” readers are taught all they need to know about cultivating and eating them.

Food Culture: Eating by Design, Premsela, Marije Vogelzang, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, Food Design, Marti Guixe, Designhuis, Sustainable Food, Animals, Urban farming, Art, Botanical, social design, Green Products, Green Events, design academy of eindhoven,

Local designer Coen de Koning created a beautiful, low-maintenance beehive made from terracotta and wood. The piece is designef for beekeeping in the city.

Food Culture: Eating by Design, Premsela, Marije Vogelzang, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, Food Design, Marti Guixe, Designhuis, Sustainable Food, Animals, Urban farming, Art, Botanical, social design, Green Products, Green Events, design academy of eindhoven,

Emphasizing the social side of eating, British Simon Berry created an amazing project called “Aidpod”. Here a case with medicine is fitted inside Coca-Cola’s crates. By cleverly using to soda-makers wide distribution network, medicine has the potential to reach even more people in need.

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