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Films from the 1970s informed the aesthetic of Basehall, an upscale food court in Hong Kong designed by studio Linehouse. Read more
Unlike the typical cooler – even those expensive, heavy-duty rotomolded blocks – the Qool Box relies on vacuum insulation, much like a thermos or hot/cold tumbler. Its upgraded cooling tech doesn't stop there, as Qool ditches bagged ice for frozen inserts containing special phase change material (PCM) formulated to keep contents cold (or even frozen) for days, without the melting or mess. Long st
almost a century after their first creation, 100 million of the soft, chewy, fruit-flavored gummies are produced per day.  The post food design: the story of haribo’s famous gummy bear appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the clasp consists of cassava sheets which can be made with simple home utensils, a stove and some cassava beads. The post bio-degradable ‘cassava clasp’ food packaging opens up like a bowl appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
As coronavirus lockdowns around the world ground economies to a halt, food banks in various countries have seen a huge surge in demand. UK-based photographer Charlie Clift started volunteering at his local food bank and then decided to document the situation with his camera.The Trussell Trust, which runs roughly 1,200 food banks across the UK, says it has seen an 89% increase in demand due to the
According to the UN Environment Programme, we’ve produced more than eight billion metric tonnes of plastic since the early 1950s, with around 60 percent of that not recycled. It is very difficult for researchers to track the path of this waste when not it is improperly disposed of, but their efforts continue to turn up evidence of its detrimental effects on the natural world. The latest example c
New York's Islyn Studio has overhauled an old lumber warehouse in Albuquerque, New Mexico and turned it into a sun-lit food hall with various spots to indulge. Read more
a gadget that is a test for your taste or a way to fake your favorite flavor - all you need is a little lick. The post lickable ‘taste gadget’ can recreate any flavor without eating food appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the masterplan will provide a varied residential program of around 1700 units and aims to be completed in 2023. The post mecanoo unveils a new neighborhood designed around a historic food market in amsterdam appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Antioxidants are important for fighting the process of oxidation, which can spoil food and alcohol and harm cells in the body. Now, researchers at Texas A&M University have woven antioxidants into nanofiber mats, which release the vital compounds slowly and could be useful for food coverings or bandages.Continue ReadingCategory: Materials, ScienceTags: Antioxidant, Materials, Fiber, Nano, Texas A is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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