Stories, True and Otherwise

Stories, True and Otherwise

ARCHITECTING AN APPETITE

MODERN IN DENVER | SUMMER 2015

The intersection of form and function is a crowded stretch of road. We take it for granted that people who work in explicitly design-oriented fields, like architecture, travel this route every day. But there are vast swaths of our lives that rely on the precise execution of clever, pragmatic, beautiful design. Right now we’re thinking specifically about food.

Linda Hampsten Fox comes by her esteemed culinary pedigree honestly. She grew up in a family who loved and valued real food. She trained all over the world, including more than a decade spent apprenticing with chefs in France, Italy, and Switzerland. She was even a private chef to clients ranging from Jane Goodall to Dave Matthews.

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photo courtesy of Crystal Allen and Modern in Denver

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