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Food Shaping Kyoto / Exhibition space

Food Shaping Kyoto
Food Shaping Kyoto

Discipline: Interior Architecture

Food Shaping Kyoto

Discipline: Interior Architecture

In the exhibition “Food Shaping Kyoto” the relationship between the city and food production is conveyed through 6 key words that link urban culture and food production, water, markets, distribution, and urban morphology. The elements of the exhibition were created and arranged around the theme of circles, using multiple media to depict the diverse and circular relationship between the city and food. The large tower at the center of the exhibition space presents a number of objects obtained from previous research in an equivalent manner. In the projection room, images of Kyoto's culinary culture were projected in a 360-degree video format, giving visitors a sense of immersion in these places.

  • DATE OF LAUNCH 2019

  • DEVELOPMENT TIME Other duration

  • TARGET REGIONS Asia, Europe, North America

  • TARGET GROUPS Consumer / User, Public Sector Government

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Vitra Design Museum

Vitra Design Museum
Weil am Rhein, Germany

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Rahbaran Hürzeler Architekten GmbH

Rahbaran Hürzeler Architekten GmbH
Basel, Switzerland

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Manuel Herz Architects

Manuel Herz Architects
Basel, Switzerland

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KYOTO Design Lab | Kyoto Institute of Technology

Kyoto Design Lab
Kyoto Institute of Technology
Kyoto, Japan

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