Projects
Core77 : Professional Food Design Top Award

Core77 : Professional Food Design Top Award

We are very thrilled to announce the Professional Food Design category first place award in the 2012 Core77 design competition! Congratulations to all the finalists in this important forum for the advancement of Industrial Design, and to Core77 and the Food Design jury for bringing this innovative and important category to the forefront for the...
FoodNest Project Video

FoodNest Project Video

Diane Bisson and Vito Gionatan Lassandro discuss the FoodNest project. This video was shown at Appartamento Lago during the entire week of the Salone del Mobile 2011 in Milan.
Edible Food Nests

Edible Food Nests

Premiering in Milan on April 13 at the Salone del Mobile 2011, this project is a collaboration between Diane Bisson and Vito Gionatan Lassandro. “Food Nests” is an exploration into edible container forms that use the tomato as principal food material in different forms – crunchy, soft, jelly-like and a range of tastes. © 2010...
Translucent Edible Bowls

Translucent Edible Bowls

First presented at the SAT (Société des Arts Technologiques) Regard9 event in May 2010, these translucent bowls are made (moulded) using food grade silicone moulds and a variety of fruit and vegetable ingredients. Each bowl can contain hot or cold liquids as well as any solid food, and colors and flavor profiles have been designed...
Edible Material Samples

Edible Material Samples

Edible proposes introducing food into the array of materials used for the fabrication of commercial products. Gastronomy and material science come together here in an exploration of the possible means of shaping food. This field of research is supported by a vision resolutely linked with sustainable development and explores the concept of the edible plate...
Container Prototypes

Container Prototypes

In 2003, the Toronto Design Exchange invited five designers and architects to contribute work to the Japanese exhibition it hosted: RE DESIGN: Daily products for the 21st century. Commissioned by graphic designer Kenya Hara, the exhibition stirs some reflection on the functionality and aesthetics of everyday objects. Diane Bisson introduces a series of 5 prototypes...