Jean-Pierre Desvaux De Marigny from the University of KwaZulu-Natal wins the 30th Corobrik Architectural Awards
A high level of technical skill, a good grasp of sustainability issues and the ability to engage in creative problem-solving are a few of the characteristics that led to Jean-Pierre Desvaux De Marigny being named the overall winner at the Corobrik Architectural Awards this year. Having studied at the University of KwaZulu-
We’ve seen it start to happen here and there – celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal has experimented with edible knives, napkins and more and recently The Grind cafe in Joburg started serving coffee in cups made from ice cream cones – but the new Bakeys line of spoons appears to be the world’s first real attempt at launching mass-produced cutlery you can eat.
Narayana Peesapaty, the founder of the Indian-based company, came up with the idea for the range of edible eating tools when he saw people using khakhra (thin crackers) to scoop up food on a flight. His objective was to address a number of issues