Blow Dough

As part of Jerusalem Design Week last December, Omer Polak and fellow designer Michal Evyatar created a sort of hybrid bakery-assembly line for his project Blow Dough, using industrial-strength heat guns that reach temperatures of over 1,000°F to inflate and cook hollow balls of flavored dough.

The result was a crispy, pita-like bread that’s both sculptural and edible, which together encapsulate the essence of design: form and function in harmony.

For these designers cuisine and manufacturing aren’t all that different !