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Miniature meals are at the tips of your fingers thanks to these funky Japanese-inspired food rings. The rings may look edible, but they are made of plastic and glue. Each one is individually hand crafted by Sofia Molnar and can be customised to represent the favourite food of the customer or commemorate a special meal they have had.
With a growing population of lost and abandoned cats in melbourne, local practice architecture matters was commissioned to expand on the existing pound and warehouse with an annex that would respond to the existing architecture and create an identity amidst its wooded surroundings. Following the footprint dictated by the original greying structure and the enveloping freeway, the new steel-clad form forms a wedge-shaped volume whose skin reflects a renewed language from the attached existing construction.