“Manger sur le pouce” - Sharing a design process What: A participatory snack-bar, where the public was invited to use “workshop tools” to prepare their meal. Three menus, and each one corresponded to a particular workshop : ‘use a hammer to make his crumble’, ‘thermoform his cheese’ or ‘screenprint his pancake’. Why: During the International Biennale of Design of Saint-Etienne, happening in the school itself, the existence of student and a design school was completely ignored. How: By creating a playfull momentum where student could exchange with the visitors. Through this approach of snacking, we involve the user in the making of his meal. A project developed with Charlotte Haefflinger, Lise Mangeot and Emilie Ragouet during the International Biennial of Design in Saint-Etienne, France.
“Manger sur le pouce” - Sharing a design process What: A participatory snack-bar, where the public was invited to use “workshop tools” to prepare their meal. Three menus, and each one corresponded to a particular workshop : ‘use a hammer to make his crumble’, ‘thermoform his cheese’ or ‘screenprint his pancake’. Why: During the International Biennale of Design of Saint-Etienne, happening in the school itself, the existence of student and a design school was completely ignored. How: By creating a playfull momentum where student could exchange with the visitors. Through this approach of snacking, we involve the user in the making of his meal. A project developed with Charlotte Haefflinger, Lise Mangeot and Emilie Ragouet during the International Biennial of Design in Saint-Etienne, France.
“Manger sur le pouce” - Sharing a design process What: A participatory snack-bar, where the public was invited to use “workshop tools” to prepare their meal. Three menus, and each one corresponded to a particular workshop : ‘use a hammer to make his crumble’, ‘thermoform his cheese’ or ‘screenprint his pancake’. Why: During the International Biennale of Design of Saint-Etienne, happening in the school itself, the existence of student and a design school was completely ignored. How: By creating a playfull momentum where student could exchange with the visitors. Through this approach of snacking, we involve the user in the making of his meal. A project developed with Charlotte Haefflinger, Lise Mangeot and Emilie Ragouet during the International Biennial of Design in Saint-Etienne, France.
“Manger sur le pouce” - Sharing a design process What: A participatory snack-bar, where the public was invited to use “workshop tools” to prepare their meal. Three menus, and each one corresponded to a particular workshop : ‘use a hammer to make his crumble’, ‘thermoform his cheese’ or ‘screenprint his pancake’. Why: During the International Biennale of Design of Saint-Etienne, happening in the school itself, the existence of student and a design school was completely ignored. How: By creating a playfull momentum where student could exchange with the visitors. Through this approach of snacking, we involve the user in the making of his meal. A project developed with Charlotte Haefflinger, Lise Mangeot and Emilie Ragouet during the International Biennial of Design in Saint-Etienne, France.
“Manger sur le pouce” - Sharing a design process What: A participatory snack-bar, where the public was invited to use “workshop tools” to prepare their meal. Three menus, and each one corresponded to a particular workshop : ‘use a hammer to make his crumble’, ‘thermoform his cheese’ or ‘screenprint his pancake’. Why: During the International Biennale of Design of Saint-Etienne, happening in the school itself, the existence of student and a design school was completely ignored. How: By creating a playfull momentum where student could exchange with the visitors. Through this approach of snacking, we involve the user in the making of his meal. A project developed with Charlotte Haefflinger, Lise Mangeot and Emilie Ragouet during the International Biennial of Design in Saint-Etienne, France.
“Manger sur le pouce” - Sharing a design process What: A participatory snack-bar, where the public was invited to use “workshop tools” to prepare their meal. Three menus, and each one corresponded to a particular workshop : ‘use a hammer to make his crumble’, ‘thermoform his cheese’ or ‘screenprint his pancake’. Why: During the International Biennale of Design of Saint-Etienne, happening in the school itself, the existence of student and a design school was completely ignored. How: By creating a playfull momentum where student could exchange with the visitors. Through this approach of snacking, we involve the user in the making of his meal. A project developed with Charlotte Haefflinger, Lise Mangeot and Emilie Ragouet during the International Biennial of Design in Saint-Etienne, France.
“Manger sur le pouce” - Sharing a design process What: A participatory snack-bar, where the public was invited to use “workshop tools” to prepare their meal. Three menus, and each one corresponded to a particular workshop : ‘use a hammer to make his crumble’, ‘thermoform his cheese’ or ‘screenprint his pancake’. Why: During the International Biennale of Design of Saint-Etienne, happening in the school itself, the existence of student and a design school was completely ignored. How: By creating a playfull momentum where student could exchange with the visitors. Through this approach of snacking, we involve the user in the making of his meal. A project developed with Charlotte Haefflinger, Lise Mangeot and Emilie Ragouet during the International Biennial of Design in Saint-Etienne, France.
“Manger sur le pouce” - Sharing a design process What: A participatory snack-bar, where the public was invited to use “workshop tools” to prepare their meal. Three menus, and each one corresponded to a particular workshop : ‘use a hammer to make his crumble’, ‘thermoform his cheese’ or ‘screenprint his pancake’. Why: During the International Biennale of Design of Saint-Etienne, happening in the school itself, the existence of student and a design school was completely ignored. How: By creating a playfull momentum where student could exchange with the visitors. Through this approach of snacking, we involve the user in the making of his meal. A project developed with Charlotte Haefflinger, Lise Mangeot and Emilie Ragouet during the International Biennial of Design in Saint-Etienne, France.
“Manger sur le pouce” - Sharing a design process What: A participatory snack-bar, where the public was invited to use “workshop tools” to prepare their meal. Three menus, and each one corresponded to a particular workshop : ‘use a hammer to make his crumble’, ‘thermoform his cheese’ or ‘screenprint his pancake’. Why: During the International Biennale of Design of Saint-Etienne, happening in the school itself, the existence of student and a design school was completely ignored. How: By creating a playfull momentum where student could exchange with the visitors. Through this approach of snacking, we involve the user in the making of his meal. A project developed with Charlotte Haefflinger, Lise Mangeot and Emilie Ragouet during the International Biennial of Design in Saint-Etienne, France.
“Manger sur le pouce” - Sharing a design process What: A participatory snack-bar, where the public was invited to use “workshop tools” to prepare their meal. Three menus, and each one corresponded to a particular workshop : ‘use a hammer to make his crumble’, ‘thermoform his cheese’ or ‘screenprint his pancake’. Why: During the International Biennale of Design of Saint-Etienne, happening in the school itself, the existence of student and a design school was completely ignored. How: By creating a playfull momentum where student could exchange with the visitors. Through this approach of snacking, we involve the user in the making of his meal. A project developed with Charlotte Haefflinger, Lise Mangeot and Emilie Ragouet during the International Biennial of Design in Saint-Etienne, France.