3D-Printed Plates With Built-In Desserts [Pics]

3D-Printed Plates With Built-In Desserts [Pics]
Design

Designed by Henry Richmond V. Young, 'Ad Tempus' is a series plating ideas that attempts to strike a conversation between food and design.

Emma Hutchings
  • 24 june 2013

New York City-based designer Henry Richmond V. Young‘s 3D printed ceramic project ‘Ad Tempus’ is a series of dessert plating arrangements that attempt to strike a conversation between food and design. Young collaborated with the chef Veronica Duboise to create the series, which is designed to adapt and evolve.

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