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A feast for all the senses

3 studios that mastered the art of curating an eating experience

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that food is more than just fuel; a way for our bodies to survive. Eating is a ritual, a cultural bonding experience. Thus its taste and our enjoyment of it is dependent on how, where, when and with whom we do it. If that wasn’t the case, we wouldn’t have a favourite coffee mug or a preferred pasta shape for a certain occasion. The artists introduced below manifest a deep understanding of the relation between the ambiance of the room, the company, the right tableware and presentation of the dishes.

All contributing to the level of joy we derive from the dining experience. Their projects are a mix of multi-sensorial stimulation and carefully curated conditions; serving the guests a feast for all the senses. Although it might seem like a lot, there’s also something beautifully simple in the free-spirited attitude that they present towards food. 




In the fitting words of Destiny’s Child: “I don’t think you’re ready for this jelly”. What once was as a pair of other-worldly-jello-masters, is now a globally renowned studio; designing incredible eating experiences. From the use of AI to fluorescent sushi – Sam Bompas and Harry Parr have the avant-garde part down to a T. Furthermore, they seem to be equally as impressive when it comes to researching and understanding various cultures, which is shown through the respect of the sacred traditions, imprinted on every project they do. It’s even more awe-inspiring to see how they manage to smoothly blur the lines between the regard for cultural nuances and their abstract contemporary ideas. 

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