Kitchen Control On A Pad

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!

Designer: Rolando Hernández Garcilazo

27 Comments

  • dhdeisng says:

    WOW, I think you must have study the ergonomic factors seriously! Applause!

  • Guest says:

    It's an interesting idea, especially for college students, or dwellers of studio apartments; but trying to squeeze a washing machine in as well probably detracts from the utility of the fridge to a degree that it is not useful for more than a few leftovers. Additionally the small size of the washing machine means that one must be in the habit of washing every 2-3 days. This uses more water than running a single larger load down at the laundromat.

  • Karin says:

    I would bet that the washer is one of those steam washers, where little water is used. For one or two people in a small space, this would be an exceptional way to maximize the living area. Bravo!!!!

  • igazbin says:

    Great idea! Rolando Hernández Garcilazo should ask his mother what she thinks of it next time he call home from school.

  • aqeela says:

    the microwave, oven or a toaster is missing which could be incorporated in the upper shelf.
    also there is no freezer

  • Grammar Nazi says:

    alouds <> allows

  • yeo antonio says:

    Your concept is interesting.

    But who is your target to sell to?

    It seems expensive.

    You can actually switch place of the sink

    and the wind washer to make washing more ergonomics.

  • yeo antonio says:

    Your concept is interesting.
    But who is your target to sell to?
    It seems expensive.

    You can actually switch place of the sink
    and the wind washer to make washing more ergonomics.

  • wheelsofire says:

    I'm a single wheelchair user and live alone in a small flat. I can really see how a slightly different version of this could have a big market. But what a cracking piece of design! Well done.

  • wheelsofire says:

    I'm a single wheelchair user and live alone in a small flat. I can really see how a slightly different version of this could have a big market. But what a cracking piece of design! Well done.

  • Neeraj says:

    great idea and rendering

  • Neeraj says:

    great idea and rendering

  • Rob O'Bar says:

    I would expand the unit under the stove-top to have a bigger fridge with a freezer and enlarge the washer/dryer, also more shelf space above, and give a choice of colors, no orange, please! Then it would be perfect. It's an excellent design.

  • Rob O'Bar says:

    I would expand the unit under the stove-top to have a bigger fridge with a freezer and enlarge the washer/dryer, also more shelf space above, and give a choice of colors, no orange, please! Then it would be perfect. It's an excellent design.

  • jay says:

    this would work well in japan. I have lived there before and they have similarly small appliances. You've managed to combined them well in one unit.. this would be a great space saver for them.

  • jay says:

    this would work well in japan. I have lived there before and they have similarly small appliances. You've managed to combined them well in one unit.. this would be a great space saver for them.

  • Euan says:

    Good idea, but not so sure about that washing machine. Front loaders I've known shake a lot on spin, items could fall and cause all sorts of grief. Some sort of range hood would be a good idea too. Replace the washing machine with a freezer or a dish draw.

  • Euan says:

    Good idea, but not so sure about that washing machine. Front loaders I've known shake a lot on spin, items could fall and cause all sorts of grief. Some sort of range hood would be a good idea too. Replace the washing machine with a freezer or a dish draw.

  • amelya says:

    i totally need this!!!

  • mk says:

    the future is sure looking bright for humans

  • Nitpick says:

    So is the intention to have the sink/washer/and dishwasher share the same piping? Is there a garbage disposal? Might increase the size marginally to fit all the associated hardware.

  • dezzy says:

    wowowow noh this is it guys ! so Nice and even Beauty this is Gadget guys is Wonderfull though guys doesn’t it guys ?

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