Hungry for Design – Eveline Wu & Ricky van Broekhoven
What happens when the worlds of design and gastronomy come together? In the six-part series Hungry for Design, Eindhoven’s top chefs are linked to local designers, resulting in special collaborations, common ground when it comes to the creative process, and, of course, great food.
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In the six-part series ‘Hungry for Design’ top chefs are linked to local designers, in which the chefs are challenged to develop a dish based on the work of the designer. Among the chefs are well-known names such as Dick Middelweerd, Naresh Ramdjas, and Cas Pikaar. The participating designers are all young, talented designers with different backgrounds: from a social designer to an architect and from a sound designer to a material researcher. Bringing the different disciplines together results in special collaborations, common ground when it comes to the creative process, and, of course, great food.
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The episodes are hosted by moderator and food designer Annelies Hermsen. As the daughter of Michelin chef Toine Hermsen and Design Academy Eindhoven alumni, Annelies understands the worlds of both chefs and designers.
Episode 4: Eveline Wu & Ricky van Broekhoven
Eveline Wu is an entrepreneur and owner of several hospitality concepts, including four MOOD restaurants. She grew up in a small village near Shanghai, with a Chinese chef as a father. Once in the Netherlands, she started working in the hospitality industry herself and in 2016 she became world champion Chinese Kitchens.
Ricky van Broekhoven is a designer, researcher, and musician. He graduated in 2012 with a master’s degree in Interior Architecture. Ricky has a fascination for phenomena that are usually hidden but can be experienced under the right circumstances. With his spatial interventions, he tries to make sound visible.
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