The designed duo formed by Andrea Grossfuss and Olaf Kiessling fromjames by Sternform presented clever and fresh solutions for everyday life. James is a handy plate, that takes the food in the inner area and holds all glasses with a handle within its special hollow.
Futuristic kitchen designed by Antoine Lebrun for Fagor Brandt is intended for small places and should go along with the lines and curves of our homes in just 10 years.
If you look at the kitchen design, there are specialized plants that were developed by the aerospace industry for their filtering and cleaning properties. They provide a renewable supply of clean water and vegetable soap. When cooking, the plants act as a filtering hood. When it’s time to clean up, simply place the dirty dishes in the sink, close the hood, and the all natural clean cycle begins.
Kitchen One is a project created by Lionel Devlieger in collaboration with Eric Van den Broucke for Rotor, a Brussels-based design group who works specifically in the realm of industrial waste re-use. The paneling of the cupboards for this kitchen is made out of laser-cut plywood, an industrial leftover from a company that specialized in die-cutting cardboard for the packaging of luxury-goods.
This foldable kitchen is designed by Aslihan Yilmaz. All of the components can be fold when it is not used, 4 sided with 360 degree rotatable. This project has become the X-08 National Design Competition Kitchen 10th Finalist, Turkey 2008.
Whirlpool has showcased its futuristic version of a “green” kitchen. The concept is designed to redistribute 60% of the water and heat generated from the various kitchen appliances to fuel other appliances or functions.
An example would be using the heat from the refrigerator’s compressor to provide hot water. The basic idea is to create an “kitchen eco-system,” modeled after nature’s own cycle, which, theoretically, should boast up to 70% energy efficiency over ordinary kitchens — yielding up to 24% in money savings.
This funny green kitchen which looks like an old school radio was created by Turkish designer Fevzi Karaman, who won the prize at silverline kitchen design competition ’06. We hope that this project will be on sale one of these days.
Designed by Transformer for Sagaform, “Pasta & Parmesan” combines an open edge of one side for cutting larger hunks of cheese , grates cheese, and grabs a hold of spaghetti. The products will be available in February/march and on Sagforms Internet catalog simultaneously.
It’s time for some trendy, musical and high-tech kitchen concept. The main control desk is equipped with keys, push buttons and knobs, by which cooking mode, firepower, micro oven, water, and volume of stereo are controlled. A powerful multimedia system is also available. You can not only enjoy music when cooking, but at the same time watch a movie through a touching panel with adjustable direction, browse the Internet, talk to friends by visual phone, and even learn to cook new dishes under experts’ instruction. There is also a seasoning adding system called the DJ DISC Rotating. Just make your choice and rotate clockwise, and the right seasoning will be sprayed into pan from nozzle. The new operating method makes cooking not only much more interesting but also much more comfortable and convenient.
Alfred Averbeck has designed the Circular Kitchen, a very tiny space which can contain the equivalent of 12 cupboards from a conventional kitchen. Behind the slatted sliding doors, you’ll find a stainless steel sink, waste bin, drawers, lighting and electrical sockets, with the option to specify a fridge, dishwasher, microwave, fully integrated coffee machine, ceramic cook top, built-in microwave, oven combo and range hood.
Berloni wanted a concept that would embody the evolution of its brand since 1959; from being the market leader in kitchens, to a company that can give consumers a complete range of furniture for the entire home.
Not For Food isn’t just a kitchen, it’s also a space for relaxing or it can even be used as a home office. Formal innovation and technological aspects are integrated in the design; they are using composite materials such as carbon fiber. The concept integrated furniture system gives ‘users’ a place to relax in a spacious, curvaceous sofa, listen to music, work on the Internet and watch TV.
Designer Jeff Davis from Brooklyn has rescued unwanted records and created wonderful works of functional art out of them. The Record Bowls, which are made of 12″ vinyl records, are perfect for fruit, dry snacks, or upbeat contemporary decoration. Set the party spinning with these cool bowls which come in various musical genres.
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