Gallery Joseph Braque

Gallery Joseph Braque is the gallery of vital importance if we are talking about art  and design nowadays. Our luxury magazine would like to tell you about an interesting project that set up there. The Gallery Joseph Braque had pleasure to host Thinking Food Design project.

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As a part of PARIS DESIGN WEEK 2015, Thinking Food Design presents an exhibition that gathers the major entities in international food design. Initiated after an invitation from Food Non Food, the new department at the Design Academy Eindhoven, then others from numerous French schools, the objective is to spotlight the foundations of this new discipline.

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Thinking Food Design is a non-profit project initiated by Earlwyn Covington and culinary design pioneer Marc Bretillot at Paris des Chefs in January 2012 (mobile application introduced in 2013) to hold discussions via video and web technologies about the growing gap between food cultures, society and industry, all tied to the future of food and the act of eating. Mentioned in Wallpaper* magazine, Le Fooding (online restaurant and food guide), and at numerous exhibitions and presentations in France and abroad, the platform registers some 20,000 visitors a month in more than 100 countries.

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Sponsored by Paris Design Agenda and CovetED Magazine

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Gallery Joseph Braque is located in the heart of Le Marais, between rue des Archives and rue du Temple, with easy access to subway Rambuteau and near the Pompidou Centre or the French National Archives.

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CovetED hopes that you will have a chance to visit this spectacular gallery in Paris soon. Are you interested in visiting this gallery? Share with us your impressions of Paris Design Week! CovetED loves you!

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