Streat - Product Design

2013

Taipei, 2013 | workshop project at NTUST | Co-designer: Balint Gabor

 

Background

STREAT was created during a week-long workshop in Taipei. The theme of the workshop was "Breaking Cultural Shock", where we looked at differences between cultural norms and the way we experience new environments.

During the workshop, my partner and I created a universal take-away food box that enabled people to enjoy food on the go, while also presenting the food in an appetizing way.

 

Concept

STREAT is a street food bowl that acts as a frame for your meal. The trend of photographing your food reaches all over the globe, yet the most delicious street food is often served in unflattering packaging. Our solution is a flat pack bowl with a little handle, it fits most food types. The dish has a season and location specific artwork printed on it, promoting the local art scene. This way when you experience food in a new exotic location, you can also get a glimpse of the local artistic styles. The handle can be torn off, and collected as a souvenir.

 
 
 
 

Results

We won a special prize!

 

Links

www.commatrix.ntust.edu.tw/breakingcultural.html

 

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