Future Food Design Awards
Update: The voting is now closed!
Our internationally renowned jury was greatly impressed by the creativity and diversity of the applications. They had the difficult task to search for the three most innovative and disruptive designs for a culturally rich and sustainable food future. Out of 50 entries from 30 different countries, they selected three nominees: Alexandra Genis (Russia) with her artificial spices project Atoma, Adelaide Lala Tam (Hong Kong) with 0.9 Grams of Brass, a vending machine with a hidden meaning, and Kuang-Yi Ku (Taiwan) with his project, Tiger Penis Project, to synthesize artificial animal parts. Watch their project video’s!
The jury will choose the winner, who will receive € 5.000. But you can decide who wins the audience award of € 2.500!
The jury will reveal both the winner of the jury award and the winner of the audience award at the FFDA award show during Dutch Design Week 2018 in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. We would like to see you all at the Award Show on the 26th of October!
The awards are supported by Agri meets Design (The Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality, The Province of Noord-Brabant, The Province of Overijssel, ZLTO), Brabants Kenniscentrum Kunst en Cultuur (BKKC), Het BankGiro Loterij Fonds, mediapartners MOLD and Design Indaba.
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