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Loaded: Heavyweight Craft Exhibit Showcases Designs Made From Iron and Sugar

by , 04/19/11

Dishes, Division, by Charlie McArthur, sustainable design, green design, milan furniture fair, milan design week, green products, sustainable furniture, green housewares, saic, school of the art institute of chicago

Charlie McArthur took a similar approach and made dishes in cast iron. The project’s title is Division, which address the income distribution around the world based on statistical models of wealth.

sugar, iron, food, sweetness, craft, Milan 2011, Rossana Orlandi, sustainable design, green design, milan furniture fair, milan design week, green products, sustainable furniture, green housewares, saic, school of the art institute of chicago

Zhe Zhang explored the way that sugar dissolves into invisible sweetness in food, which we only can taste. Her objects, Visible Sweetness, are designed for different kinds of sugar to make the act of sweetening food visually rich.

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  1. nkarpinski April 20, 2011 at 4:13 pm

    I’ve never been to Paris but I have often thoughts about painting my house the shade of gray seen on California Oak Tree Bark!

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