Ingrid Rügemer

Ingrid Rügemer’s creations tempt the beholder to touch them. “My designs and objects are about sensually sensuous exploration,” she says. By experimenting with the materials’ aesthetics and innovative manufacturing processes, she crafts objects that ingeniously bridge the gap between the contrasting fields of functional design and sculpture. Website Link

Archichef

Archichef is a creative studio based in Amsterdam and focused on a mix of architecture and food design. It was born under the name dr. Architect & mr. Chef thanks to Pasquale Pontillo, an Italian architect who is fond of design and creative cooking. In Archichef’s view architecture, design and cuisine are disciplines related to…

ArtyFarty Cooking

ArtyFarty Cooking was founded in 2010 by Eating Designer Lauren Rose Cooley, she uses food as a medium to challenge and re-design traditional eating rituals predominantly in Western Culture today. Strongly characterized by the subconscious mind she focuses on the link between food and feeling by choreographing food events that are heavily influenced by culinary history…

Naomi Bijlefeld

Naomi Bijlefeld graduated in December 2012 at the Design Academy in Eindhoven. For her graduation project her source of inspiration was de Noordoostpolder. To help process nature’s bounty on-site, Naomi Bijlefeld designed a special hand-operated processing machine that removes soil, unwanted leaves, peels and also slices fruit and vegetables into pieces, preparing the harvest for immediate…

Jérémy Collot

Jérémy Collot is a French Designer. After obtaining a PhD in Humanities (Philosophy, Literature, Arts) he then decided to use his hands and creativity for a living: he became a blacksmith and a traditional knifemaker. Forging steel, carving wood, drawing skectches, and thinking more and more about Design… He particularly likes bamboo which he used for example…

Cookplay

Cookplay is a new-coming Basque editor of “ food and design “ products created by the industrial designer Ana Roquero with the commitment and passion to design a more creative and experimental “table”, being nearest to the sensibility of the new food culture. Its first product, “Jomon” is a set of bowls and trays in porcelain and glass. Jomon is inspired in…

Filippa Guerra

From health and nutrition, passing through the sensorial experience of food, to packaging and visual presentation, Filipa Guerra is a designer with an industrial design background and a specialization in food design. One of her main concerns is to work in a very close collaboration with the industry, as she believes in the success of…

Eszter Imre

Eszter Imre is a Hungarian designer and ceramic artist living and working in Sweden, also known by her brand imreszti. With a strong background in arts, crafts and ceramics she creates objects for trust and love, focusing on function and user experience rather than shapes. Her most beloved material is porcelain, in which many of…

Katja Gruijters

After studying at the Design Academy Eindhoven Katja Gruijters specialized in designing food and drinks. After professional experience gained in design studios and in industry (Li Edelkoort, DSM, RBV Leaf, Heinz, Bolletje), she has been developing concepts and products at Katja Gruijters Studio in Amsterdam since 2001. In addition, Gruijters taught food design at Agricultural…

Afroditi Krassa

Afroditi is currently working on branding and design of leading restaurant, office and retail establishments around the world followed soon after, as well as collaborations with prestigious producers such as lighting for Ligne Roset and Innermost, furniture for E&Y and Bonaldo, packaging for Pret A Manger and WMF and products for British American Tobacco and…