Family menu: A sense of experience for diners

29.10.2010 Ilan Sinai : Jerusalem : Tablewear

Jerusalem – One designer wants food not only to be about taste, but about hearing, smell and touch.

Israel-based designer Ilan Sinai has created a Sensuous Tableware collection that offers a menu of three families entitled ‘Senses’, ‘20-40-10’ and ‘Channels and Drainages’. Each includes three courses.

In the Senses collection, the first course includes tableware in the form of headphones. When wearing them, the diner subsequently becomes isolated from the surroundings and the sound helps him or her to focus on the food. For the second course, the diner smells the food before it is revealed. And the dessert includes a spoon that makes the texture of the chocolate grainy, creating a touch experience.

As we explore in our Conviviality Culture report, brands should focus on all the senses for the ultimate culinary experience.

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