Stockholm – Note Design Studio took a furniture-maker’s approach to culinary design for its Domestic Science exhibition.
Tasked with creating three dishes for six signature pieces of furniture, head chef Daniel Engellau’s menu included Forest Fire, a dish of birch-smoked salmon that brought alive the process of treating the wood for Note’s Shell stool.
‘Guests felt a connection to the product beyond a classic exhibition, the concept of which we find boring,’ Note founder and design manager Cristiano Pigazzini tells LS:N Global. ‘We wanted to enhance the design by adding in the senses of taste, smell, and being able to feel the consistency of the product.’
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