mindful dining at steinbeisser subtly strokes the taste buds mindful dining at steinbeisser subtly strokes the taste buds
nov 02, 2013

mindful dining at steinbeisser subtly strokes the taste buds


mindful dining at steinbeisser subtly strokes the taste buds
fork-comb by japanese artist / designer maki okamoto
all images courtesy of steinbeisser

 

 

 

the autumn edition of steinbeisser‘s ‘experimental gastronomy’ combines the cooking of bini sharman with the eating tools of nils hint, offering a dining experience that subtly strokes the taste buds.

 

since 2011, the lloyd hotel‘s cultural embassy has offered a stage to steinbeisser for showcasing the work of young international designers, whom they involve in their programmes that include ‘experimental gastronomy’. on this occasion, one of the hotel rooms of the lloyd becomes a venue where one can enjoy a five course plant-based menu that is made from local vegetarian ingredients. the food is served and consumed using hint’s specially designed cutlery from november 8th to 10th, 2013. find out more info on how to participate here.

 

 


three bowl spoon by japanese artist / designer maki okamoto

 


fork and wrench by nils hint

 

 


multi-pronged cutlery by nils hint

 

 


up close of the hybrid fork and spoon

 

 


details of the specially designed tableware

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