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And when the lights turn on, it’s time of cooking and sharing food.

This was Public Design Festival 2014. It’s a pity you couldn’t come.

Photos by: Food in the Streets and zeropxl. All rights reserved.

— 3 months ago with 46 notes
#public design festival  #public space  #food 

Piazza XXV Aprile is full of different and amazing typologies of food projects and smiling people. Say cheeseee.

ps. ready to dance? It’s Public Design Festival’s closing party time this evening!

— 3 months ago with 19 notes
#public desgin festival  #food  #social 
Juicy Cycling by Olga Goloshchapova, Olga Becker, Borko Horvat (Germany-Russia-Kazakhstan)
Juicy Cycling is a “pedal-powered” Fresh Juice Bar. Through recycling old bicycles connected to a centrifuge, a glass of freshly-squeezed juice can be obtained in only a few minutes. The idea of the project is to construct a Fresh Juice Bar with a real-time action, involving the public of the area. The bar is constructed of recycled materials, such as old bikes and cable reels. One single module contains a personal seat at the pedal machine combined with a table and a juice squeezer.
More info here

Juicy Cycling
by Olga Goloshchapova, Olga Becker, Borko Horvat (Germany-Russia-Kazakhstan)

Juicy Cycling is a “pedal-powered” Fresh Juice Bar. Through recycling old bicycles connected to a centrifuge, a glass of freshly-squeezed juice can be obtained in only a few minutes. The idea of the project is to construct a Fresh Juice Bar with a real-time action, involving the public of the area. The bar is constructed of recycled materials, such as old bikes and cable reels. One single module contains a personal seat at the pedal machine combined with a table and a juice squeezer.

More info here

— 4 months ago with 12 notes
#design  #DesignWeek  #publicdesignfestival  #street-food  #food 
Grill to cook multiethnic skewers on the move by Stefania Omodeo (Italy)
Traditional recipes of meat skewers cooked on a special ridged grill, inspired by types already present in the Mediterranean more than 2000 years ago.
www.yakifood.wordpress.com
More info here

Grill to cook multiethnic skewers on the move
by Stefania Omodeo (Italy)

Traditional recipes of meat skewers cooked on a special ridged grill, inspired by types already present in the Mediterranean more than 2000 years ago.

www.yakifood.wordpress.com

More info here

— 4 months ago with 7 notes
#publicdesignfestival  #food  #street-food  #DesignWeek  #design 
Cult. by La Fabbrichetta (Italy-Belgium)
Cult. prepares the city-land recuperating the cult of the table around which many people can gather.
www.lafabbrichetta.net
More info here

Cult.
by La Fabbrichetta (Italy-Belgium)

Cult. prepares the city-land recuperating the cult of the table around which many people can gather.

www.lafabbrichetta.net

More info here

— 4 months ago with 10 notes
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Contemporary Prophecies by Alisa Goikhman and Iohanna Nicenboim (Germany- Israel)
Contemporary Prophecies is a street food stand, offering handmade fortune cookies that contain scientific statistical statements inside. Some of the cookies and the messages are produced on site, having as well a performative aspect. By replacing the classical “fortunes” messages with statistical facts, the project explores the thin line between predictions and prophecies and to which extent it is possible to separate both.
www.iohanna.com www.alisagoikhman.com
More info here

Contemporary Prophecies
by Alisa Goikhman and Iohanna Nicenboim (Germany- Israel)

Contemporary Prophecies is a street food stand, offering handmade fortune cookies that contain scientific statistical statements inside. Some of the cookies and the messages are produced on site, having as well a performative aspect. By replacing the classical “fortunes” messages with statistical facts, the project explores the thin line between predictions and prophecies and to which extent it is possible to separate both.

www.iohanna.com
www.alisagoikhman.com

More info here

— 4 months ago with 420 notes
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Q-Cina
by MoMAng (Italy)

This is one of the project selected through the Public Design Festival’s international call for entries.

Q-Cina is a mobile kitchen made for the street-food and for culinary events (public and private). The design has been inspired by street-food kiosk but it is carried out in an modern style and ready to be used outdoor.  

www.momang.it

More info here

— 4 months ago with 38 notes
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Open call for international public design projects inspired by the theme of the street food, as a tool for enhancement of public spaces, socialization and aggregation. Submission deadline: 28th February 2014 Submit your project

Open call for international public design projects inspired by the theme of the street food, as a tool for enhancement of public spaces, socialization and aggregation.
Submission deadline: 28th February 2014
Submit your project

— 5 months ago with 8 notes
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A few days left to enter the open call for international public design projects for the next edition of Public Design Festival in Milan (Italy). The theme is food and you can get inspired by the images enlisted in this tumblr blog over the years.  
To apply: here. 
Don’t be shy.

A few days left to enter the open call for international public design projects for the next edition of Public Design Festival in Milan (Italy). The theme is food and you can get inspired by the images enlisted in this tumblr blog over the years. 

To apply: here.

Don’t be shy.

— 5 months ago with 12 notes
#public design festival  #public design  #competition  #public space  #food 

Within the frame of Wienwoche 2013, the Austrian performance-collective wastecooking came up with a disruptive and uncommon proposal in opposition to the system of conventional supermarkets. It’s the wastecooking’s free supermarket, a food shop where everything is for free and anyone can enter. Under the motto “food is culture… don’t waste it, cook it”, the shop offered waste-diving tours in the neighbourhoods, a cooking campaign with food salvaged from the rubbish bin, a creative cooking device, tasty waste meals, performances and shelves of food, of course.

— 5 months ago with 8 notes
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The inhabitants of the floating villages in Pursat Province (Cambodia) can now grow their own vegetables in Floating gardens, getting better their diet and consequently the health. All the credit goes to the Australian CoDesign Studio, working with two Cambodian organizations Agile Development Group and Rural Friends for Community Development. 

— 5 months ago with 24 notes
#green  #social  #food 

Taking inspiration from the Victorian terrace houses in the London borough of Hackney, the team composed by Julian Bond, Sigrid Bylander, Lucy Paton and Benedetta Rogers have created Sill to Sill, a shop and an info centre for Hackney City Farm made of recycled materials. By engaging the local community, the project wants also to highlight the opportunity of urban farming in window sills.

Photo by Millie Harvey _ All rights reserved.

— 8 months ago with 107 notes
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Inspired by the Futurist movement and its manifesto of cookery titled La Cucina Futurista, Marije Vogelzang has designed Pasta Sauna, both a food performance and a smart installation. People can enter the space and flavour&taste a bowl of freshly cooked pasta, while the boiling water steams creating sauna effects.

Images by Henk van Dijke _ All rights reserved.

— 8 months ago with 10 notes
#food  #festival  #art 

The Mobile Bread-House is an eco-friendly installation for the social and useful art of bread-making by Raymond Olive

— 1 year ago with 18 notes
#food  #public design  #recycling 

During 2012 edition of eme3, Pezestudio designed and built prototypes of mobile furniture with the help of associations and inhabitants of Ciutat Vella in Barcelona (Spain). The results were two wheeled kits, with a solar cooker, table, chairs and gardening tools.

— 1 year ago with 13 notes
#public design  #food