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Foodmade: Designers Turn Food Into a New Medium for Industrial Design

Posted By Irene Vermeulen On April 22, 2013 @ 5:29 pm In gallery,Green Home decor,green Interiors,Green Kitchen,Green Materials,Green Products,Milan Furniture Fair | No Comments


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A/R Studio [7] considers bread to be the most essential of materials. They created Pain Brut [8], a nest and shelter for birds that doubles as a source of food.

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Design duo Lanzavecchia and Wai [9] created Austerity [10], a series of furniture that is edible in times of crisis. The design encourages consumers to keep a reserve of basic nutrients in their home.

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N.I.P.S [11] is a collection of tableware made from stale bread and natural resin. Usedesign [12] explores both the production and consumption of food.

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Uovodesign [13] used chocolate as a raw material to create objects. They made a range of cookie jars with fragrant chocolate lids.

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Foodscapes [14] is a set of bowls made of leftover food materials, such as peanut shells. The design is the work of Who Made It [15] and Michela Milani [16].

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Studio Natural [17] created Bacco [18], a collection of unique pieces employing some of the same processes involved in making wine.

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This Transubstantia Paganus [19] tableware is made of sacramental church bread [19] by Ctrlzak [20]. The sacramental bread is used to symbolize fragility.

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Antonio Arico [21] has taken the concept of food as a raw material right back to the source. He made garden furniture of olive wood, inviting guests to polish the wood with an olive oil he also encouraged them to taste. The project is called Taste of Wood [22].

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Alhambretto [23] used food to explore a chemical process. By mixing salt, vinegar, ammonia and tartar cream, they created a commonly used taste enhancer. The surface of the copper Patina [24] bowl oxidizes in the process.

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Caruso D’Angeli Studio [25] created Semen [26], boxes made of plaster, mixed with spices and essential oils. Each box holds a fruit pip at its center.

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Tofu Chair [27] by Leonardo Talarico [28] turns the tasty bean curd into a durable material for building.

See More Milan Design Week Coverage on Inhabitat > [29]

Photos: © Irene Vermeulen [30] for Inhabitat


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[3] Milan Furniture Fair: http://inhabitat.com/milan-furniture-fair/

[4] Padiglione Italia: http://padiglione-italia.com/about/

[5] Foodmade: http://padiglione-italia.com/category/foodmade/

[6] Ventura Lambrate: http://www.venturaprojects.com/ventura-lambrate/

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[8] Pain Brut: http://padiglione-italia.com/2013/01/17/ar-studio-2/

[9] Lanzavecchia and Wai: http://lanzavecchia-wai.com

[10] Austerity: http://padiglione-italia.com/2013/01/08/lanzavecchiawai/

[11] Image: http://padiglione-italia.com/2013/01/02/usedesign/

[12] Usedesign: http://www.usedesign.it

[13] Image: http://www.uovodesign.com/Sito/uovodesign.html

[14] Image: http://padiglione-italia.com/2013/01/01/whomade/

[15] Who Made It: http://www.whomade.it

[16] Michela Milani: http://www.michelamilani.com

[17] Image: http://www.studionatural.it

[18] Bacco: http://padiglione-italia.com/2013/01/05/studio-natural/

[19] Transubstantia Paganus: http://padiglione-italia.com/2013/01/11/ctrlzak/

[20] Ctrlzak: http://www.ctrlzak.com

[21] Image: http://www.antonioarico.com

[22] Taste of Wood: http://padiglione-italia.com/2013/01/14/antonio-arico-2/

[23] Image: http://www.alhambretto.com

[24] Patina: http://padiglione-italia.com/2013/01/15/alhambretto/

[25] Image: http://www.carusodangelistudio.it

[26] Semen: http://padiglione-italia.com/2013/01/12/caruso-dangeli-studio/

[27] Image: http://inhabitat.com/tofu-chair-leonardo-talaricos-durable-chair-tests-the-structural-limits-of-tofu/

[28] Leonardo Talarico: http://www.leonardotalarico.com/start.php

[29] See More Milan Design Week Coverage on Inhabitat >: http://inhabitat.com/tag/milan-furniture-fair/

[30] Irene Vermeulen: http://inhabitat.com/author/irenevermeulen/

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