Food design. Tableware made with eggs, circular chewing gum and more

We can reuse food scraps and waste in so many ways. For design objects, for example: here are a few interesting sustainable projects.

New look for Campbell's Soup. The iconic American tomato soup changes graphic design

The C is more pronounced, the gold medal in the centre (won at the Universal Exposition in Paris) appears even brighter: the most famous can of tomato soup in the world gets a makeover.

The legendary Amarena Fabbri crock cannot be copied. The ruling in China awards Italian design

Designed almost a hundred years ago, the famous crock painted with blue floral motifs on a white background contains an equally famous product worldwide, Amarena Fabbri. A ruling of the Shanghai court prohibits counterfeiting, considering "the high reputation of the...

Global Brooklyn, the book on the origins and success of contemporary style coffee shops

From Rio to Melbourne, by way of Cape Town and Mumbai: the new book by Fabio Parasecoli explains the development of the style of contemporary eateries, coffee shops.

The new generation puts itself on the line. A new label for Tenuta Luisa

Tenuta Luisa is an innovative winery in Friuli. Here's the new label created by Minale Tattersfield studio in London (and many other news).

Best food designs of the month

There's a new series of tableware lines, but also a collection of elegant bar items. Here are the top food design projects of the month.

Kaffeeform, cups made with coffee grounds

Not only fertilizer for plants: coffee grounds now can also become the ideal base for making espresso and cappuccino cups. The Kaffeeform project.

Under, Europe’s first underwater restaurant opens in 2019 in Norway, design by Snøhetta

The first ever was in the Maldives, soon followed by Dubai. In 2019 it will be Europe’s turn to surprise the public with the first underwater restaurant. Sneak preview of the Norwegian project by Snøhetta. 

Restaurants and architecture - Studio Leonardo Project in Montesilvano

From Niko Romito’s Reale to Metrò of the Fossaceca brothers: the interiors designed by Leonardo De Carlo reflect his style. Presenting the philosophy and projects of the Abruzzo native architect. 

Studio Bellissimo designs the new Lavazza logo for Open Coffee

Lavazza launches a brand new digital space intended as a forum hub for coffee lovers. Turin-based design studio Bellissimo is in charge of the graphics and the creation of an ad hoc icon for the platform.
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