Design Studio PJADAD Creates Mini Cityscape Using Edible Materials for Atelier Food

Design Studio PJADAD Creates Mini Cityscape Using Edible Materials for Atelier Food

Using food ingredients including onions, broccoli, cabbage, cheese, and beetroot, Stockholm-based creative agency PJADAD (Petter Johansson Art Direction and Design) has built a gridded cityscape model to represent Atelier Food. "Still Life" was produced as part of developing a brand identity for the Swedish restaurant, that also conducts workshops by various professionals such as chefs, artists, scientists, and entrepreneurs. The layout of food blocks and pieces seems to represent a network comprised of the multifaceted functions of edible components.

[via Dezeen]

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