Apparently we are not that far away from 3D printed designer food. Doesn’t this remind you of Star Trek’s replicator? Imagine all the fun things we could do with 3D printing today.
Nostalgia kicks in. In 1961 when literally a handful of Italian manufacturers joined forces in the Federlegno Arredo to promote the export of Italian furniture. The show opened with 328 exhibitors on 12,000 square meters attracting some 12,000 visitors of which only 800 were foreigners.
We no longer move around in just the real world, we are all embracing the virtual worlds as well. Especially when it comes to shopping... and tablets.
Work and living – wood and steel – function and romance The happiest time of the year is here again: off to Milan on my high heels to mingle with like-minded spirits and dive into an overflowing bath of inspiration: The Salone del Mobile is now open and this sure is THE place to experience [...]
I’m a foodie: I’m crazy about food. Home cooked, street-food, restaurant, fine dining any food. For me food is more than functional, it’s an experience. It connects people. So it’s not surprising that often first dates take place at a restaurant. Sit tight and see what you can learn from a first date.