Jun.27, 2013

Henry Richmond V. Young is a designer based in New York City. With great interest in music, cuisine and cutting-edge technology, he created 'Ad Tempus', a 3D printed ceramic project featuring the conversation between food and design. The collaborative effort between designer and chef chef Veronica Duboise results in a series of dessert plating that understands the symbiotic relationship between food, presentation, and diner.

The idea of exploration and discovery is highlighted throughout a three-course dessert, a each one explores a different combination of design and culinary arts.

1. The first course, Toast is an assembly of pain perdu, maple gelée, and pamplemousse sorbet concealed under a crust of white chocolate to be excavated by the diner.

2. Milk/Tea is a "soup" course that is created by the performance of two state changes: hot rose milk will be poured over to dissolve a lemon sugar dome to later melt the chrysanthemum sorbet served with pomegranate seeds.

3. The last course is Crémeux, a quasi-deconstructed crème brûlée: pistachio crémeux with chocolate mousse guarded underneath a shield of a clear vanilla sugar tuille to be hacked by the diner.

This project uses 3D printing as a mode of manufacturing which provides the freedom to change material and form. The series is designed to be interchangeable and repurposed to lengthen its usage and to promote new ideas.



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Anja wrote at 6/27/2013 10:49:29 PM:

jd90 you are full of humor.

jd90 wrote at 6/27/2013 10:03:43 PM:

"to be excavated by the diner." Sorry, this is lame. This is food, not archeology or construction. "to be hacked by the diner." Is this a murder scene then?

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