What does the journey from the tomato to the plate actually look like? The designer Jakob Glasner and the agronomist Philipp Lammer joined up to trace this process for VIENNA DESIGN WEEK 2020. For example, they developed a new variety of tomato, whose seeds are now available as a public asset – something that is far from being self-evident in the food industry. As a result, the breeding of tomatoes becomes a collective experience that culminates in collectively eating the harvested fruit. In the exhibition URBAN FOOD & DESIGN, Glasner and Lammer presented a set of joined-together soup dishes, which put the underlying concept in a playfully culinary nutshell and were specially produced for the festival in cooperation with RIESS Emaille. The project was realized together with Bauernparadeiser, RIESS Emaille, and Arche Noah.