The Dutch Institute of Food & Design creates a global platform for designers working with food and eating. They explore how we create food and what, why and how we eat and show the relevance of food connected to design and design connected to food. By asking critical questions about the discipline and linking designers to each other and other sectors, The DIFD brings an emerging design discipline to the next level. Their final goal is to to enrich eating cultures and address the societal and environmental challenges around food using design as a tool to achieve this. 


I contribute to the Ducth Institue of Food and Design about projects that combine food, art and design in Scotland.

Read my interview with them here.

Other articles:

Lickable Cities

Photograph by Zoe Borg for Lickable Cities

Biodesign and Tensegrity: Interview with Aurélie Fontan

Aurelie’s award-winning dress made from Kombucha.

Fork in the Road (coming soon)