The new Spanish cuisine has revealed itself as one of the world’s most creative and surprising, a success linked to a culinary tradition as rich and varied as the country’s landscape.
This passion for cuisine has mobilized many sectors: companies producing kitchen and household tools, restaurants, food products, publishing houses, the media… Spanish designers have also collaborated in this phenomenon with products and spaces that helped to create a new image of the Spanish cuisine.
The Embassy of Spain in the Philippines and Instituto Cervantes de Manila in cooperation with Enderun Colleges, Terry’s, Barcino and Bodegas Hidalgo present FOODJECTS, a Design and Cuisine exhibit that will take place in Enderun Colleges from January 10 until February 1, 2013.
The exhibit, curated by Spanish designer Martín Azúa, assembles items by designers and chefs.
Alejandro Mingarro, Ana Mir, Antoni Arola, Attua Aparicio, Bodo Sperlein, Cosmic, Curro Claret, Culdesac Estudio, Deunor Bregaña y Anne Ibáñez, Diez+Diez Diseño, Ferran Adrià, Emili Padrós, Enric Rovira, Ernest Perera, Gemma Bernal, Gerard Moliné, Jaime Hayon, Javier Mariscal, Jordi Busquets, Julia Mariscal, Luki Huber, Martin Azúa, Marta Méndez, Pati Nuñez, Patricia Urquiola, Rafael Marquina, Ricard Ferrer, Xavier Claramunt/ Miguel de Mas, Hector Serrano, Zoocreative.
For more details, please call
Embassy of Spain in the Philippines at (63 2) 817-6676
1100 Campus Avenue, McKinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio
Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines
Tuesday January 15, 2013 - Friday February 1, 2013
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