Company:Studio Renate Boere
Designer(s): Studio Renate Boere, Netherlands
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‘Food Design’ is the first book about the consumer, industry and sustainable development by design concerning our daily food.
The book, designed by Studio Renate Boere, presents a wonderful overview of 35 richly illustrated design projects, events and products in the light of current developments in the mutable world of food.
Studio Renate Boere chose to give the design process of Katja Gruijters products a significant role in the book. Together the’ve been looking for photographs showing the process of food creation in a narrative way. The general text about sustainability is designed in a different manner then the 35 projects, this makes the book much more than a list of successful projects, it gives insight in the careful considerations of the designer.
Design: Studio Renate Boere
Authors: Katja Gruijters, Ed van Hinte
Size: 245 x 175 mm
About the Designer/Company
Renate Boere (1970) is a graphic designer, organiser and lecturer. After finishing her study (1990-1995) at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in The Hague she worked as a free-lancer for large studios, such as Studio Dumbar and 2D3D. She built her own circle of client network, mainly in the social and cultural sector and initiated projects, together with various artists and designers. Since 1998 sheâ€™s got her own studio.
In 2000 Renate Boere started teaching graphic design at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam. She is also a programmer at Zefir 7 BNO kring Den Haag, which organizes monthly lectures on design.
In September 2011 together with Ed van Hinte she started DRS22, an institute for design research. Here experienced designers together with starting creatives investigate public space design, building and construction, around themes in all areas that colour our existence.