Thursday’s opening night of the Art Food at the Flow Gallery in London’s Nottinghill was truly stunning. The cameral display put bright light on the beautiful porcelain and glass objects defining the essence of the project. Curious visitors had a chance to talk with young designers and learn about the process and stories behind their works. Each design, although a part of the same theme, has a story on its own. All very poetic, elegant and clever are aimed to serve as the integral part of food arrangemnents forming a fusion between the designer and the chef. The deep meaning of the project was highly appreciated. We were honored to welcome the curators from Ceramics and Glass Department from Victoria and Albert Museum who were among many guests who came. The presentation at the Flow Gallery is definitely one of the highlights of the London Design Festival and we have two more presentations to follow.
Flawless at the Flow