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'Tableware as sensorial stimuli' using temperature, colour, texture, volume/weight, and form to train or stimulate different senses - designed by Jinhyun Jeon.

Tableware as sensorial stimuli Jinhyun Jeon | The work of Jinhyun Jeon is inspired by such a desire. As a recent graduate from the Design Academy Eindhoven, Jeon created a project entitled 'Tableware as Sensorial Stimuli,' seeking to infuse the daily ritual of eating with the phenomenon of synaesthesia. The project is a set of cutlery in which each piece is designed to engage more senses than simply taste, through a combination of temperature, color, texture, volume, and form | #Jinhyun

Can the shape, texture and colour of cutlery change the way food tastes? Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Jinhyun Jeon created this set of knobbly, bulbous and serrated cutlery to stimulate diners’ full range of senses at the table

#Lavazza – die essbare Kaffeetasse via #KlonBlog | #coffee #food

Designed by Venezuelan designer Enrique Luis Sardi with coffee company, Lavazza, the Cookie Cup is a handy cup-shaped pastry that is thoughtfully coated wi

Get your dreamkiss  www.mitessenspieltman.de - Catering installation in Gallery Bunkier Sztuki, Krakau

Get your dreamkiss www.de - Catering installation in Gallery Bunkier Sztuki, Krakau

Aldo Bakker porcelain tableware, industrial design, collabcubed

I have admired Dutch designer Aldo Bakker’s beautiful tableware for years and recently came across his site to discover some newer designs. They are all so lovely.

Porcelain bowls designed by Geraldine de Beco for Bernardaud in France. When the bowls are filled with a liquid, the image of an animal is formed (cat, dove, wolf). These are bowls, but I would love a mug like this!

Les bols de Geraldine De Beco

[see dove bowl in blue] Porcelain bowls designed by Geraldine de Beco for Bernardaud in France. When the bowls are filled with a liquid, the image of an animal is formed (cat, dove, wolf). These are bowls, but I would love a mug like this!

marti guixe prints food with balsamic vinegar in the exhibition GUIXE3. event, experiment, essay.

marti guixe prints food with balsamic vinegar in the exhibition GUIXE3. event, experiment, essay.

marti guixe prints food with balsamic vinegar. in the exhibition event, experiment, essay. the ex-designer conceives a ritual: how you have to eat it, or why you have to eat it.

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Tableware as Sensorial Stimuli by Jin Hyun Jeon

Jinhyun Jeon, graduated in the Netherlands, made Sensorial cutlery as Sensorial Stimuli to analyze the relationship between food and the senses.

Sensorial cutlery by Jinhyun Jeon

Projekt telewizji przenośnej

Early immersive virtual reality-- the TV helmet (Portable living room), 1967 by Walter Pichler.

Tableware as Sensorial Stimuli by Jinhyun Jeon

Tableware as Sensorial Stimuli cutlery, Jinhyun Jeon.

Fabrica A Table Maison Objet 2015

Fabrica blends international tableware styles in collection for Atipico (Dezeen)

Tableware as Sensorial Stimuli by Jinhyun Jeon

Jinhyun Jeon created the Tableware as Sensorial Stimuli cutlery to stimulate all the senses when eating.

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