Spain’s culinary prowess is no secret. Both El Bulli & El Celler De Can Roca have claimed the prestigious number one spot in the World’s 50 best restaurants, with Mugaritz hot on their heels. Their ability to seamlessly combine flavour, spectacle & design without losing sight of their geographical roots, has helped raise awareness of Spain as a culinary melting pot. One that is simultaneously forward thinking and avant-garde whilst remaining wholesome and familiar.
Yet Spain’s food & cultural landscape goes much further than the fame of these big hitters. As a celebration of Spain’s contribution to contemporary food design, the Acción Cultural Española (AC/E) have commissioned a roving exhibition showcasing over 200 objects that explore the relationship between food, design and science and how they’ve influenced eating habits and the cultural landscape of Spain.
Tapas: Spanish design for food, has been divided into four sections- Kitchen, Table, Food &…
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