The breadth of 3D printing continues to evolve, and in the food world it may just have reached a peak: a pop-up restaurant where everything – the food, the cutlery, the furniture – is 3D printed.
Food Ink will be premiering in East London 25–27 July, with tastings and demonstrations for the general public on days two and three, and three nine–course dinners in the evenings prepared by Joel Castanye and Mateu Blanch of Spain’s La Boscana (the latter famously prepared the world’s first 3D printed five-course meal back in 2015).
The food for each dinner will be printed live in front of the guests. Tickets are available here, however, as there are only 10 seats at each dinner, there will also be a live stream running too.
3D–printed tables, lamps and chairs come courtesy of French architect and designer Arthur Mamou–Mani, with utensils provided by Polish artist Iwona Lisiecka.
After London, Food Ink will be visiting the following cities: Berlin, Dubai, Seoul, Rome, Tel Aviv, Barcelona, Paris, Amsterdam, Toronto, NYC, Taipei, Las Vegas, Sao Paulo, Tokyo, Austin, Singapore, Los Angeles, Cape Town, Sydney, and Reykjavik.
Have a watch of the video below to get a better idea of exactly what will be happening.
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