The 'Chil-Dish Project' from designers Kristos Mavrostomos and Anna van der Leij was developed to give young kids the chance to create 3D-printed designs and gourmet dishes to go with them. While this might seem like a daunting task, kids were simply asked to design a piece of dinnerware for their favorite dish.
More than 300 children from the ages of one to 16 participated in the project and the duo behind the project selected 10 winning designs to be produced by Shapweways.
After the 3D-printed designs were printed in food-safe materials, Restaurant OLO joined the project in order to help kids complete the journey to becoming a five-star chef. The multidisciplinary Chil-Dish Project is an inspiring project to empower the next generation of makers.
The 'Chil-Dish Project' Has Kids Create 3D-Printed Designs and Dishes
1. Youth-designed 3d-printed Dinnerware - Empower young innovators to create unique dinnerware designs with 3D printing.
2. Multidisciplinary Culinary Education - Integrate design and culinary skills to create a unique learning experience for kids.
3. Custom 3d-printed Tableware - Allow customers to create personalized and unique tableware through 3D printing technology.
1. Education - Utilize 3D printing to promote creativity and multidimensional learning experiences in schools.
2. Food Industry - Integrate 3D printing technology to create innovative and customizable dishware designs.
3. Retail Industry - Incorporate 3D printing technology into stores to offer custom dishware designs for customers.