Foodie Meets Scientist

Foodie Meets Scientist

The BIO-LAB Kitchen takes inspiration from the concept of creating sustainable food products by manipulating biological systems. At its heart, it uses special bacteria that ferment the food waste composite to create water and energy sources. One type is bioelectricty, which can be produced using scraps that nano-bacteria use to create a chemical reaction that translates into energy. As you’ll see, it really is a food lab!

0 Designer: Selin Koşağan

No-Brainer Kitchen Strainer

No-Brainer Kitchen Strainer

To ensure produce is free of dangerous pesticides and other residue, it is recommended they’re submerged for 20-30 minutes, but running water for that long is unrealistic and wasteful. To aid in the process, the Anton Strainer Bowl is designed to keep the contents submerged until you’re ready to strain with a simple filter and spout placed on the side rather than bottom. Better yet the placement avoids overfilling and its long spout doubles as a handle for easy maneuvering in the kitchen. Vid after the jump!

0 Designer: Caveman Factory

Induction Meets Conventional Stove

Induction Meets Conventional Stove

StovE is a next generation cooking device for small families. It combines the energy-efficiency of induction cooking with the power of conventional gas cooking. It features 2 cooking surfaces for each, 1 induction on top and 1 gas burner on the right, while a 3rd induction below the top keeps food warm before being served. Despite its large variety of uses and functionalities, its form, inspired by a leaf, uses less space in the kitchen thanks to its elongated, vertical shape.

0 Designer: Sudhir Mor

Do-It-Yourself Oil

Do-It-Yourself Oil

For the choosy culinarian, the Daily Expeller offers an entirely new way of utilizing cooking oil- by manufacturing it yourself to your own requirements and tastes! In only 15 minutes, you can extract enough oil for 2 individual meals (100g ingredients for 20cc of oil) using any kind of nut or seed of your choice, including walnuts, peanuts, sesame or sunflower. Aesthetically, it’s a bit steampunk-ish, a bit scientific, and a whole lot beautiful. Watch it in action —>

0 Designers: Jyh-Zern Shen, Yu-Hsin Wu, Po-Chun Chiu

The Smartest Kettle

The Smartest Kettle

Typically you have electric kettles that heat the water to one uniform temperature. This restricts you to just making soups, tea or coffee and nothing else. With the Smart Electric Kettle, you can set the water to be heated to different temperatures. It’s well designed and practical and is meant for some of those times that you need some warm water and nothing else.

0 Designers: Yang Izzie, Tong Pokeys and Mo Junyuan

A Wino's Wet Dream

A Wino’s Wet Dream

The Sonic Decanter is unlike any other, using safe but effective ultrasonic energy to make every wine better! The patented ultrasonic technology transforms the molecular and chemical structure of the wine even with the cork in-tact. It generates not just the same effect as a traditional decanter, but even better results by fine-tuning the frequencies to perfectly decant each type of wine whether it be rose or sauvignon blanc. Use the smartphone app to select your preference and let it do all the work! Jump to the vid —>

0 Designer: Sonic Decanter

A Trivet With a Twist

A Trivet With a Twist

However simple, Trivae is an equally multifunctional cooking tool that serves many purposes in the kitchen. Collapse or expand to use it as a display for your dishes, a holder for lids of any size, or as a traditional trivet for any hot pots going on your table or counter. Once finished, use it to elevate your dishes to dry or fold it for easy storage.

0 Designer: rSr Creations

The Power of Cooking

The Power of Cooking

The EtKøkken (Akitchen) is a unique kitchen that consists of three stations: a water station, a block station and a fire station. In essence it’s a tribute to the three elements that get a meal going. In the process, the basic kitchen utilities and functions are covered. Take a look at this new kinda layout…does it appeal to you?

0 Designer: Mette Schelde Studio

Tea Delight

Tea Delight

The art of making tea is a ritual that is sacred to many. Special brew masters undergo rigorous training on how to make the perfect cuppa. For the uninitiated people like me, we have setups like this “Teapot The Dew”, a tea making process that uses the dew and tea leaves brewing in an enclosed glass pot. Take a look….

0 Designer: Zhang Hongxin

The Sweetest Sour Lemon Squeezer

The Sweetest Sour Lemon Squeezer

We squeeze lemons with our hands sideways, so why should our kitchen lemon squeezers go top to bottom?! There are benefits doing it our natural way, and for this reason, Citro is the first sideways squeezer! Unlike its top-to-bottom rivals, it leaves no juice left behind in the “bottom” half of the lemon. Because of its positioning, it’s also more intuitive to use.

0 Designer: Viraj Joshi

Compact Cookware

Compact Cookware

The Vacimi collection makes cooking a cinch with minor innovations that have a big impact. A few of these include a diamond pattern on the underside of each aluminum piece that helps to evenly distribute the flame from a burner. The glass lids feature a convent flip-top that controls steam and pressure with a simple press of the hand. Lastly, the stackable design makes better utilization of storage space in cramped kitchens.

0 Designer: Vacimi

Perfect Portable Tea

Perfect Portable Tea

Mychai is a personal, portable tea maker that helps you get your fix anytime, anywhere! Simply open and load the device with your favorite leaves and select one of four tea categories displayed on top. Then, drop it in 1-2 cups of water and it will automatically start heating to the ideal brewing temperature before dispensing the leaves. When brewing is complete, it scoops up the wet leaves for disposal, leaving you with the perfect cup each time!

0 Designer: Uttara Ghodke

Freeze As You Please

Freeze As You Please

The FR is a flexible refrigerator that can allot storage space as per the food requirements. What this means is that in case you have more frozen foods than fresh, then simply switch the compartment dividers to increase the freezer space and vice versa. It basically gives you the flexibility to change the freezer to fresh-food configuration. Pretty clever if you ask me!

0 Designer: Yan-Liang Guo

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