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Planets by Bianca Bellani

Articles

16-08-18

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“We will need to design the food habits of the present to be adaptable and suitable for the future.”

Nataly is a Colombian Industrial Designer with a master's degree in New Eating Habits at L'École de Design Nantes Atlantique. She is passionate about the relationship between humans and food and how the geopolitical and environmental stakes are evolving the way we eat. With experience in the food field, she has worked as food designer for restaurant chains, food & beverage industry, wine producers, and currently, as the creative director of Foodlosofia, a Mexican food design consulting agency. With an international scope including Colombia, Mexico, France and Australia, her work has a strong focus on human-centered design, applying new research methodologies with the objective of designing meaningful, sustainable and profitable food models.

14-08-18

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“When it comes to food design, everyone has different definitions and perceptions.”

Su Park is a former ceramic artist from Seoul, Korea, and recent graduate of the MA course Product and Spatial Design at Aalto University in Helsinki, Finland. She is currently working as a food designer at AÄÅ, a design studio which Su Park co-founded in 2014. Her focus in food design lies in looking at the bigger picture of food production and consumption and using design principles to help solve the issues in these fields. As our correspondent she will be reporting on recent developments in food and design in both Finland and Korea.

09-08-18

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The 13 best projects of last year’s Future Food Design Awards

With the Future Food Design Awards 2018 just weeks away, we are taking a look back at last year's 13 best entries from: Fernando Laposse, Marie Caye & Arvid Jense, Katharina Unger, Anastasia Eggers & Ottonie von Roeder, Carolien Niebling, Chloé Rutzerveld, Studio Playfool, Doreen Westphal, Leo Fidjeland & Linnea Våglund, María Apud-Bell, Mariet Schreurs, Mies Loogman and Yunwen Tu. Together they covered a broad range of relevant food&design topics - from autonomous kefir machines to urbanised agriculture, from gene modification technology to augmented reality supermarkets and from future farming to surreal sausages. We can’t wait to see what’s next!

06-08-18

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“How will future technology and food culture change the way we eat?”

Yunwen “Tutu” Tu is a food designer and curator, who seeks ways to push boundaries through her work. Such as envisioning how the food of the global diaspora will be impacted by environmental, socioeconomic, political, and technological trends. Tutu's work has been featured in food design exhibitions at the ACM Future of Computing Academy, Asian Art Museum, Foodinno Symposium, California Academy of Sciences and Chinese Culture Center. As our correspondent she will be reporting on recent developments in food and design along the US West Coast.

Future Food Design Awards

Future Food Design Awards

15-06-18

People - Netherlands

Apply now for the Future Food Design Awards!

The Future Food Design Awards (FFDA) is now open for entries that challenge the way we view food. The FFDA invites designers from all corners of the world to share their ideas and projects for this leading international prize, which was started to encourage and highlight innovative and disruptive designs for a sustainable food future.

Lab Pearls - The In Vitro Meat Cookbook

Lab Pearls - The In Vitro Meat Cookbook

18-06-18

Projects - The Netherlands

A new website!

We've just launched our new website! We're excited to introduce you to our new fresh look.

07-06-18

Papers - The Netherlands

Agri Meets Design celebrates 5 year anniversary

Agri meets Design, our partner in the Future Food Design Awards, is celebrating their 5 year anniversary and published an extended edition of their magazine.

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