March 13, 2015

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Lucas Guidetti Perez

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Edible Growth Project by Chloé Rutzerveld

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If we said “3D printing food” it might not sound very healthy, tasteful or attractive for most of people, right? However, new boundaries in food design might change that completely. The young food designer Chloé Rutzerveld and her project The Edible Growth is expanding the concept of food design in …

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If we said “3D printing food” it might not sound very healthy, tasteful or attractive for most of people, right? However, new boundaries in food design might change that completely.
The young food designer Chloé Rutzerveld and her project The Edible Growth is expanding the concept of food design in a sustainable and healthy way.

With a 3D printer, Chloé has perfected a technique that allows her to print an edible structure, an organic dough constituted with grains and spores that will grow and develop over the next 3 to 5 days. The result is impressive: a sort of muffin full of holes on the top with mushrooms sprouting out, along with the blossomed greens.

Her project combines aspects of nature, science, technology and design in a new and very inspiring way to see food. As she explains, “[It’s] an example of high-tech but fully natural, healthy, and sustainable food made possible by combining aspects of nature, science, technology and design.”

Let’s see the images and the video of this tasty and healthy Edible Growth Project.

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new york branding sports graphic design company

new york branding sports graphic design company

new york branding sports graphic design company

new york branding sports graphic design company

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