Lunchscape – David Schafer


2 Responses to “Lunchscape – David Schafer”

  1. sklinker Says:

    That attitude here seems like ‘slow food’. It’s not driven by convenience. I think details should be developed in line with sensualizing the meal.

  2. Alessi Says:

    This is a product family that continues tu puzzle me. It is certainly interesting, but I am not sure to what extent people will continue to bring food from home for “saving” or “convenience” reasons. Probably in the future they will do it just to eat better or more healthy? In this sense, I agree with Scott in that it might be less “convenience” and more “pleasure/health”.

    Could it also be used for a meal oudoors, like a mini picnic bag?

    Maybe some use scenarios could help us understand better…


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