|Uncut by Lanzavecchia + Wai produces a single strand of spaghetti, in the style of Lady and the Tramp|
During Milan Design Week, Subalterno1 presented Mondopasta, an exhibition curated by Stefano Maffei which tasked seven designers including Massimiliano Adami, Lanzavecchia + Wai and Brian Sironi with the challenge of reinventing one of Italy's most iconic foods.
|Stracottoaldente, by Massimiliano Adami with Francesco Tarantino, produces a spaghetti of different thicknesses|
The new pasta concepts use irony, wisdom and taste, exploring both pasta as an object, and the processing tools involved in its preparation.
|Stracottoaldente by Massimiliano Adami with Francesco Tarantino|
Outcomes include a tattoo machine that can be used to print cuttlefish ink designs onto pasta, and a tool to extrude one long string of spaghetti.
For more food innovation, Homebuildlife subscribers can see our trend report, Pasta: form follows flavour. Our round-up of the key food trends from Milan Fuorisalone will be published this week.
|Zag by Alessandro Stabile is a set of 3D printed cutting wheels to decorate pasta|
Photos are by Tecnificio2014.
|Nonna-bot by Francesco Bombardi and Marcello Ligabue, a hacked printer for pasta|
|Uncut by Lanzavecchia + Wai|
|Dr.K collection by Claudio Larcher|
|Brian Sironi and Giulia Tacchini's BiPasta is rich in protein, due to being made with cricket flour|
|Nigredo by Tecnificio repurposes a professional tattoo machine so you can tattoo your lasagna with cuttlefish ink|