It’s fantastic, a kitchen that turns on itself designed by the German artist Zeger Reyers. Everything breaks… And people instead of complaining enjoy it. How important it is, the way we present things?
Italian furniture brand Florida Furniture presents their foldable kitchens: Moove 01 and Moove 02 foldable. The kitchens are a great addition to the compact home, where an inch unused is an inch wasted.
Both kitchens are designed to utilize the space very effectively. Moove 01 features cabinets with ample storage space and opens to bring the work counter. When closed it turns to a sleek, streamlined look.
The Joseph Joseph Rotary Peeler is a thingamajig with three stainless steel blades in one: Standard, soft-skin, and Julienne. Obviously, to change to the blade you want, you just have to rotate the internal mechanism.
Netherlands-based Studio Gorm has created a complete kitchen in which energy is conserved and cooking waste is recycled and used to grow plants.The kitchen utilizes natural phenomenon, like gravity, evaporation, decomposition, and plant growth. The water drips off the dishes, and onto the herbs.
Food scarps are thrown into a garbage disposal/worm composter, that turn it into soil to grow new herbs. Drying dishes hanging from a vertical storage rack drip onto herbs and edible plants, which are grown in carefully positioned containers below.
The Cook ‘n’ Roll concept kitchen table by industrial designer Zivile Januskaityte combines several kitchen appliances into one space saving table. The compact design has all the necessary equipment for basic food preparation and cleanup, which includes a cook top, dishwasher, sink, oven storage and sanitizer.
Moshi is a multipurpose kitchenette that includes the induction cooking hub, dish washer, sink, fridge and washing machine in one structure. The entire gamut of appliances is controlled via an interactive touchscreen pad. Designed for apartments that lack space and yet want to host all the comforts of a luxury home, the Moshi targets the young and the restless! From time-marking groceries to recipe cards, and ingredient status of the fridge-contents, all can be controlled and accessed via the pad. So typically for the gadget-savvy.
“Nolte Küchen,” kitchens Smart created by Malin Kalesse has a smart and elegant look, it’s cozy space that becomes elaborate when necessary. A modular kitchen that suits the needs and space. It fits in all the modern amenities that a couple will require and goes from a comfy breakfast nook to a sophisticated entertainment hob whilst partying with friends, by simply rearranging the movable tables.
Electrolux has launched the Outdoor Kitchen, a design collaboration with landscape designer Jamie Durie. The new addition to the Electrolux premium outdoor collection is designed to complement modern outdoor entertaining areas and features the Electrolux Integrated Barbecue and the new Electrolux Integrated Burner.
The Outdoor Kitchen is a distinctive, custom-design to fit any outdoor space and evolves organically and grows alongside the garden. Its distinctive form offers a unique outdoor cooking and entertaining area that is environmentally friendly and a testament to increasingly sophisticated outdoor areas.
The duo Federica Castagno and Sara Petrucci of Acquacalda have presented their new collection called “Applied Physics,” a range of kitchen gadgets based on the laws of physics.
The collection also includes a self-hydrating plant pot, a glass with a measuring reservoir, a bowl for weighing dry food in water and a vase that indicates the water level inside through its handle.
“One For All, All For One,” fill four glasses simultaneously.
The new designs by Boxetti can transform your kitchen into something that you won’t be able to take your eyes off. The modular kitchen is designed in such a way that it can be configured anywhere you want. You needn’t have a large space that most cumbersome kitchen equipments require.
Boxetti collection is driven by three basic design principles – functionality, advanced technologies and contemporary aesthetics of minimalism. Each of Boxetti modules is designed to achieve maximum efficiency of particular demands for functionality and suitability. The capability of the modules to be transformed into compactly solid blocks is essential for the design concept in order to obtain an unobstructed and comfortable space – free of uselessness. Boxetti collection is a handmade product – the quality of materials as well as structural and technological solutions endues the collection to the extent of exclusive.
Jump into the future with the “O” Kitchen designed by a Brazilian team. A shiny giant sphere (7 feet) unfolds to reveal a complete working kitchen created to be easily portable and fit smaller places.
The “O” Kitchen is practical: it includes a dishwasher, microwave, sink, refrigerator and even a smell and steam exhaust.
Cocoon by Måns Salomonsen is combined decoration, storage and cultivation for the kitchen window. This would be a great item if you’d like to grow your own spices but have little room in your kitchen to work with. Cocoon is made of clay and is designed to absorb water for the plants which in turn chills the storage section at the same time.
Called Ekokook, the project by Faltazi Lab aims to process waste as close as possible to the point where it’s produced.The design incorporates storage containers for packaging, a reservoir under the sink for collecting water to be reused and a container where earthworms break down organic waste. The Ekokook also has the three built-in micro-plants that helps complete the three recycling functions.
The modern kitchen is often cloaked in subtle shades and minimalist designs, but new oven and hob combinations from Smeg are sure to brighten up the dullest of kitchens. EuroCucina kitchen appliance and design show in Milan gave the company the opportunity to show off their multicoloured range – put together by designer Marc Newson.
Designed by Paris-based Simon Pillard & Philippe Rosetti, the Munchausen LEGO Kitchen centres around an IKEA kitchen island, which over a week they proceeded to cover with more than 20,000 LEGO pieces.
Electrolux ICON and Interior Design Magazine teamed up to challenge designers around the globe to create innovative solutions for an adaptable kitchen concept. The Electrolux Icon appliances are fitted in the cabinets that can be easily revolved in any direction.
An adaptable kitchen for a growing family was the theme and did Marcello Zuffo ever deliver in the most innovative way.
He took a rotating mechanical concept and created a space saving innovation. The unique concept of this movable kitchen not only addresses space problem, but also meets the growing needs of a modern family.
Italian kitchen brand Veneta Cucine, has come up with an ingenious concept kitchen dubbed the I Green which has no refrigerator. Instead, it has baskets and trays made from wood and biodegradable plastics.