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Ho Fare
organic vases for the exhibition
FOODMADE / PADIGLIONEITALIA

Milan Design Week
Ventura Lambrate / Via Oslavia 3
09-14 April 2013

A primary need, a necessity. The relationship between man and food starts off with instinct, in the form of an instant and primitive solution. This basic connection can be reworked over time, designed, transformed into something pleasant or in other words cooked.
The empirical approach of human character to the project can absorbe the vital energy immediately or through reason, make it became an object.
"Ho Fare" deals symbolically with the theme of this active relationship between man and his need for hunger. The fruit can be eaten or, changing paradigm, can complete an artifact intersecting with it. This action converts the food itself in product.

Ingredients: dough of flour, salt, ink black, water; fresh fruits and vegetables.

Photo: Laurent Hongisto