One thing that is certain about the projects we carried out in the last couple of years, is the diversity of the subject matter: From an educational installation about eggs to selling meat in a public auction, and from theorizing about yoghurt to contextualizing saffron. This diversity exemplifies the endless possibilities that lay within food design. Nonetheless, there is a regularly recurring concept in our work, namely the interaction between crafts, industry and time. Have a look at some of our projects!
Since a couple of years, the Dutch Design Week has a strong prese ...
Foodcurators works on commission for food-related companies and institutions. Our clients include cultural/social institutions and market leaders in the European food industry. Not only do we deliver commissioned work, but we offer our consulting services to big food companies on a wide variety of inquiries. Also, Lucas is as lecturer connected to the Design Academy in Eindhoven. We initiate our own projects and work for different commercial fields.
Contact us! We are eager to share our thoughts and ideas about all kinds of food-related issues.
When we design, we stick to one guideline: imagining and generating concepts. The process and progress that we go through while developing a concept is equally as important as the final product. We don't only consider the given question, but also research the wider context. Experience has shown us that a question usually stems from another question. In our critical stance and coupled with our creativity we search avidly for all the answers. With this approach we continue to succeed at paving the way for commercial projects and new breakthroughs. We like to look ahead. As designers, we are keen to propose answers to questions that are yet to be posed.
Since a couple of years, the Dutch Design Week has a strong presence of Food Design, and this year it’s no different. Agri meets Design »
The exhibition Making School researches the future of professional education for youngsters. During the 2016 Dutch Design Week, thirteen design teams presented their research at »