/ Background /
Nomadic Atelier is a Taiwan based design laboratory across the fields of experience, food and communication design. Exploring latent inspiration and experiencing life are always the spirit of our studio. We endeavor in redefining and reconnecting the relationship between things and people by roaming at different unknown places. We believe good design can be beautiful and meaningful at the same time.
/ A Project by Nomadic Atelier which I co-found with Li-Wei Yu
HAND-BUILT MOBILE KITCHEN THAT POPS UP EVERYWHERE
We've designed a mobile kitchen from scratch, from structure design, research, material sourcing, drilling and building, all by our hands.
COMPACT & FOLDABLE STRUCTURE
When it's folded, the size is just around 40cm X 100cm X 100cm. When popping up at a event or a public space, just unfold the side table, and move the long racks up for hanging cooking utensils, light bulbs and silk printed banner.
A kitchen from washing, chopping to cooking
Unfold boards from two sides, they become washing basin and gas stove, and the center part is for preparing ingredient and sauces.
MOVE AROUND TO COLLECT YOUR MEMORY OF FOOD
Have you ever miss homemade food all of a sudden ?
Like pasta made by mama or something traditional and local that only grandma knows ?
People now adays dine out more and more often, as people are becoming busier and usually just grab some food on the street. We want to invite you and the person who can teach you your favourite dish to cook at our mobile kitchen, it's a chance for you to learn to cook that dish, and we'll document it alongside and turn it into the one and only recipe. Therefore, the taste, the dish, will continuously pass on to generation after generation.
Learn to cook with chinese medicine on the street
Before Chinese New Year, The Meaning of Food popped up at Da-Dao-Cheng, which is a very old district in Taipei famous for its abundant of Chinese ingredient and medicine. Those ingredient is not familiar for people nowadays to use it while cooking. Therefore, we've come up with 2 dishes, teaching passersby on the most popular area - Di-Hua Street. Teach at our mobile kitchen, so that we can cook together right away.
/ FOOD REVOLUTION DAY TAIWAN /
A dish based on Jamie Oliver's recipe, but add a bit of oriental touch with ingredients found in Taiwanese traditional wet market. This short clip was edit for introduction our dish in the event.