Rollware, designed by Joanne Choueiri, Giulia Cosenza, and Povilas Raskevicius, is a set of rolling pins with laser cut shapes in them that lets you roll out and make edible dishware. The baked bread plates can then be eaten instead of being thrown away when you’re done.
Designed by Maddalena Gioglio and Egle Tuleikyte, CONEformation is a device to measure and mix ingredients as you cook. Six ceramic cones sit in a frame and are easily accessible while you’re in the kitchen.
Flip Food, designed by Ilias Markolefas and Nathalia Martinez Saavedra, allows you to store and carry your food in a fun and playful way. The geometric form reinterprets the brown paper bag and lets you have your homemade food on the ready when you’re out.
Students Bo Baalman and Kine Solberg designed Extrudough, an altered meat grinder that becomes a human-powered 3D printer to fabricate biodegradable tableware. Send an easily mixed, malleable dough through the grinder and into various shaped molds to make the containers.
The exhibitions and its live demonstration took place at Ventura Lambrate this year.