Gallery: Eindhoven’s Exquisite Food Culture Exhibition Proves Design Ca...

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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.

The first thing you see when entering Eindhoven’s Designhuis is Featuring’s grand cascade of real-life growing vegetables set in boxes. The beautiful display invited visitors to explore the exhibit’s 3-floors of multidisciplinary food-design projects.

Dutch Mediamatic’s “Triple-decker Aquaponics Tower” is a sustainable ecosystem for food that combines growing plants with raising fish.

Florence-based women’s collective Abeschi di Latte designed a pop-up workshop, “Pasta Herbarium”, where visitors can experience making pasta and sauces from scratch.

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