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Mapping the Saltworks of the Mediterranean with BOIR

Five years ago, designer and chef Ivan Zidar noticed small pools of seawater trapped in between rocks at the shoreline. As the sun shone brighter,… Read More

Marije Vogelzang’s VOLUMES Add Heft to the Plate, Not the Body

This story is part of MOLD Magazine: Issue 02, A Seat at the Table. Order your limited edition issue here. A group… Read More

Beyond Food to Mouth, Cutlery Also Designs Table Manners

This story is part of MOLD Magazine 02: A Seat at the Table, exploring how tableware and furniture can shape new dining rituals. Read More

Michel/Fabian on Crossmodalism and the Pleasures of the Knife, Fork, Spoon and Hand

This story is part of MOLD Magazine 02: A Seat at the Table, exploring how tableware and furniture can shape new dining rituals. Read More

The Taste of Cutlery and the Multisensory World of Eating

This story is part of MOLD Magazine 02: A Seat at the Table, exploring how tableware and furniture can shape new dining rituals. Read More

A Nomadic Feast: Studio Tinkah embraces tableware without the table

This story is part of MOLD Magazine 02: A Seat at the Table, exploring how tableware and furniture can shape new dining rituals. Read More

Meet The Designers Who Want You To Play With Your Food

Your mother was wrong. You can play with your food. But the straight spoons and frigid forks that currently adorn our tables make… Read More

Kid-Approved Utensils for Playing With Your Food

Although restaurant menus insist that an ideal kid’s meal is breaded chicken with a side of fries, research shows that eating a range of foods… Read More

Studio Playfool Designs Mirrored Dinnerware for Future Proof Sustainable Meals

If food scarcity is a fact of the future, how will we adjust our meals and diets accordingly? This question is at the forefront for… Read More

InfObjects Uses Food Data Algorithms to Design Tableware

Johanna Spath and Johannes Tsopanides’ project InfObjects is a three-dimensional information visualization that transforms food data into physical shapes. Read More