Food – shaped by design, rituals and culture
Everyone needs to eat. We do it together or alone, fast or slow, consciously or
alongside something else. What´s for breakfast, lunch, and dinner? We snack in
between and do it for the taste, as a ritual, or as a habit. Food is so much more than
a simple need.
At Deliciously Designed, we feature and bring together creative minds that are
involved in changing the current understanding of food. An increasing amount of
design disciplines find connection points and add to the existing landscape. We
want to highlight how the relationship between food and design interweaves and
creates a growing capacity that enriches our lives.
We would like to put what happens on the side of the daily life in the center of our
event. We want to explore the ubiquitous activity of eating through the lens of
design and our senses.
We would like to welcome you on April 23rd 10 a.m. at (Adresse) with specialty
coffee from Drip Roasters (www.driproasters.ch). Drip Roasters is a Bernese
roastery that combines good coffee and values, such as sustainability, fairness &
safety, no discrimination, transparency, and quality. The roastery will sweeten our
day with hand-crafted coffee and drinks.
After an awakening first taste experience, we will continue with food for all of our