Pepi de Boissieu runs a creative studio in which food is the central axis. She uses design and art to create made-to-measure food installations and eating experiences.

    Food is a powerful communication tool and at the same time a medium for generating experiences. Content primordial and the regard of in-depth cultural research is crucial for each project. This studio is passionate about the appreciation of food's quality, origin, esthetics, history and its crafts.

    Food-centred actions can help people relate to each other, question their reality, and also simply get in good spirits, marveling at the unexpected, while eating or drinking. Something that is finally a part of our daily lives.”


September 2016

"La Nature au Galop"

Photos by Iris Humm

In 2016 Hermès commissioned their window displays to Luna Paiva,  Argentinian artist known for her bronze plant sculptures.  She produced real scale bronze Mediterranean plants.  The opening event counted with three food installations; earth table, with baked sweet potatoes in clay, following the bronce process itself, tropical dessert table and Mediterranean cacti table.