Designer Lara Beigel is trying to elevate people's eating experiences with her newest project, 'Supertaster 2.0.' Her design features a multitude of small triangular plates that rest on a wooden board. Each plate varies in height and is meant to hold a different food. Dishes at the highest height are expected to hold foods with intense flavor profiles, with the shortest dishes containing milder flavors.
The dishes can also be used to visually represent your meal, creating a unique array of varying shapes and patterns. Aiming to make dinner fun, these dishes can inspire meal time creativity and act as a tangible reflection of personal aesthetic. These personally configured trays make eating a multi-sensory experience.
Multi-Level Plating Experiences
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