Exploring the production possibilities that 3D printing offers through adapting them to pasta. Creating a series of shapes that are not producible using traditional manufacturing such as extrusion or folding that would enhance the way we experience pasta by focusing on the sharing of an experience.

 

Looking into gestures surrounding different shapes and ways to make food more interactive, removing cutlery and connecting the user a shared experience of a meal.

 
 

Pasta is a cultural element filled with emotional value, people come to regard it as a natural food , such as grains, but in reality it is heavily processed, and entirely reliant on manufacturing possibilities, by adding a higher level of customisation one can take back control on flavouring and manage what ingredients go into the food itself.