Architectural Blueprint of an Entire City Made of Food


Stockholm-based art director Petter Johansson designed a delectable display of geometric foods for Swedish food lab Atelier Food. The meats, cheeses, breads, and veggies are all seated atop a gridded board, playfully drawing a resemblance to an architectural blueprint. The edible edifices are both diced to geometric perfection and left untouched as their very own innovative design structures.

The tasty still life project seeks to present innovation through food, all while reflecting the mission of Atelier Food which is to connect a discussion about food with ideas revolved around sustainability, energy, culture, urban development and transportation. The project insists that “food is an important part of many future challenges” and seeks to find global solutions and innovation through “cooking, food labs and discussions.”




Petter Johansson website



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