Sapore Dei Mobili

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Inspired by the velocity of contemporary furniture industry and how consumers are unable to digest the huge amount of new produced pushed to the market every year, Ryosuke Fukusada and Rui Pereira wanted to create an alternative way of experiencing furniture. Their batter is a mix of the traditional Japanese small cakes “baby castellan” and a Portuguese egg based pastry “ovos moles”. This new tool allows for you to serve different pieces of your living room to your friends and family as well as decorating them according to your taste, of course this can be used with any sort of recipe.

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