Food Designing

Author: Martí Guixé
Publisher: Corraini Editore
ISBN: 9788875702496
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Food Designing. The food art of Marti Guixe.

Transition Menu

Author: Octavi Rofes
Publisher: Corraini
ISBN: 9788875703929
Size: 49.60 MB
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Transition Menu. In "Transition Menu," the self-professed "ex-designer" Marti Guixe (born 1964) demonstrates how even food can be a design item. In this publication, Guixe presents his theories on food design by chronicling the fictional character, Mar Lopez, who, over the course of her career, transitions from chef and restaurant owner to food designer. The book showcases a variety of elements of the fictional food designer including her CV, kitchen concepts and menu design, with color photographs of each of the food items on Lopez's menu. Guixe describes how each component transcends a conventional approach to food to become a designer item. Each dish is presented in conjunction with a short essay that describes its modern look and functionality. "Transition Menu" expands upon Guixe's research on food design and includes his personal theories, thoughts and notes regarding the subject, by which he seeks to challenge and reappraise the parameters of conventional culinary habits.


Author: Bernhard E. Bürdek
Publisher: Birkhäuser
ISBN: 3035603944
Size: 34.98 MB
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Design. For students of design, professional product designers, and anyone interested in design equally indispensable: the fully revised and updated edition of the reference work on product design. The book traces the history of product design and its current developments, and presents the most important principles of design theory and methodology, looking in particular at the communicative function of products and highlighting aspects such as corporate and service design, design management, strategic design, interface/interaction design and human design.. From the content: Design and history: The Bauhaus; The Ulm School of Design; The Example of Braun; The Art of Design Design and Globalization Design and Methodology: Epistemological Methods in Design Design and Theory: Aspects of the Disciplinary Design Theory Design and its Context: From Corporate Design to Service Design Product Language and Product Semiotics Architecture and Design Design and Society Design and Technological Progress

Tiny Food Party

Author: Teri Lyn Fisher
Publisher: Quirk Books
ISBN: 1594746931
Size: 53.85 MB
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Tiny Food Party . Hors d'oeuvres have a reputation for requiring frou-frou ingredients that are difficult to identify—let alone locate in a grocery store. (When's the last time you ate an amuse-bouche at home?) It's about time for an appetizer cookbook that has fun with the concept of tasting an entire meal in one bite! With Tiny Food Party!, Teri Lyn Fisher and Jenny Park share super quick and easy recipes for little bite-size munchies—delightfully miniature versions of all your favorite foods! Thinly slice shallots, batter and fry 'em, add with a creamy buttermilk ranch sauce, and you've got dainty Bite-Size Onion Rings. Use mini cupcake tins to bake up sweet Little Cheesecakes! Or fill small rectangles of pie dough with Nutella and marshmallow, bake until crispy, decorate with icing—and sprinkles, of course—and you've got irresistibly charming Mini Homemade Pop Tarts. Tiny Food Party! includes Adorable Appetizers, Itty Bitty Entrees, Pint-Size Desserts, and Teeny-Tiny Cocktails that you can serve in shot glasses or tea cups. With full-color photographs of every single recipe plus tips and tricks for seriously downsizing your favorite recipes scattered throughout, this lighthearted little cookbook is lots of fun!


Author: Claire Catterall
Publisher: Laurence King Pub
ISBN: 9781856691635
Size: 37.76 MB
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Food. The way that we prepare, serve and eat food is a powerful reflection of our way of life. It involves social ritual as well as aesthetics, technology and functional issues. Every step of the process is shaped by design - from the way that food is presented to the utensil used in its consumption.

Mvrdv Buildings

Author: Ilka Ruby
Publisher: Nai Uitgevers Pub
ISBN: 9789462080126
Size: 16.47 MB
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Mvrdv Buildings. In cooperation with Ilka and Andreas Ruby MVRDV assembled a redefined architecture monograph about its realized work, featuring user testimonies, journalistic articles, unpublished images and accessible drawings. Since they amazed the world with their design of the Dutch pavilion at the 2000 World Expo, MVRDV has been regarded as one of the worlds top architecture bureaus. The architects of MVRDV are famous for their visionary research and thought provoking projects such as Pig City and Grand Paris. In 20 years of practice the office has also realized a stunning portfolio of buildings and urban plans, including Villa VPRO, WOZOCO, Balancing Barn and Mirador Madrid. How do these buildings perform? What are the philosophy, logic and thinking behind the visually imminent MVRDV concepts? And what's life like in a blue house, on an orange tribune, in a vertical shopping street, in housing silos and inside a mountain of books?.

Boutiques And Other Retail Spaces

Author: David Vernet
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 020301359X
Size: 41.54 MB
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Boutiques And Other Retail Spaces. Presenting a critical and theoretical dimension to retail design, Boutiques and Other Retail Spaces links the ideas behind it to real practice in this innovative and important contribution to architectural/interior theory literature. Retail structure has been subject to a dramatic and ongoing transformation over the past thirty years, materializing in the emergence of large-scale out-of-town shopping centres and new specialized shops in city centres. These specialized boutiques are highly designed, involving well-known architectural firms such as OMA/Rem Koolhaas, David Chipperfield, Herzog + de Meuron amongst others. With case studies and over 100 black and white images, Vernet and de Wit set forth original and well-grounded theory to accompany this popular and lucrative area of work.

Bright Minds Beautiful Ideas

Author: Ed Annink
Publisher: Bis Pub
Size: 62.93 MB
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Bright Minds Beautiful Ideas. The workshop, exhibition and book were initiated by Ed Annink on the occasion of ExperimentaDesign 2003 - Bienal de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal, 2003.


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Dwell. At Dwell, we're staging a minor revolution. We think that it's possible to live in a house or apartment by a bold modern architect, to own furniture and products that are exceptionally well designed, and still be a regular human being. We think that good design is an integral part of real life. And that real life has been conspicuous by its absence in most design and architecture magazines.