Just Like Mom’s Cooking

Just Like Mom’s Cooking

The Motherspoon concept allows families to connect together and share family recipes even though distances may keep them apart. The concept of storing and sharing recipes has changed over the years and this appliance integrates the internet, a dedicated exchange platform and sensors to get it working.

0 Designer: Okan Akgöl

The Magic of Flambé

The Magic of Flambé

Inspired the 1815 creation, the Davy lamp, Fiery sets a new standard in restaurant styled cooking at home. Encouraging one to discover new tastes and flavors, Fiery actually allows you to flambé food without the worry of the fire. The appliance uses a wire mesh to isolate flame, making it easy to use and impress family and friends. Simply pour the liquor in a pan or a plate, press the button to ignite the fire, and then remove it when the flame turns off. Exciting!

0 Designer: Karen I Man Cheong

This Ain't Your Mama's Cutting Board

This Ain’t Your Mama’s Cutting Board

Its designers describe the Slice cutting board as being “characteristically defined by its purpose yet visually inviting of attention in any kitchen environment,” and I couldn’t have said it better myself!  The removal of two mirrored, wedge shapes from either side of the board enhances the functionality of effortless lifting and controlled funneling of sliced food in one movement. It’s functionally practical for the same reason that it’s beautiful… exactly what good design is all about!

0 Designers: Various

Chef-approved Cooking

Chef-approved Cooking

Although they may have the accurate recipe in hand, professional chefs know that the perfect stew or soup is always seasoned using approximations. It’s got to do with gut instincts I suppose, and unfortunately not all of us are blessed with that. So if you are looking for professional chef quality food at home, then you need the help of Ingressure.

0 Designer: Jongwoo Choi

The Two-in-One Team

The Two-in-One Team

Love this simple and functional induction cooker called Two any One. Basically it’s an indoor induction cook top with cooking plates that detach and fold up for portability. They rely on an in built-charging mechanism; hence you don’t power out or need cords when using it outdoors. How cool is that!

0 Designer: Kim Yo Hwan

A Life With The Stove

A Life With The Stove

The Stove is an emergency stove that was inspired by the Great East Japan Earthquake. It basically is a design that allows you to use it for cooking and charging batteries. As the designer explains, “the wood or wooden pellets for the stove are environmentally friendly type of fuel that is easy to handle.” Although intended for earthquake prone Japan, the stove can find value in many other regions as well.

0 Designer: Kazuaki Hibino

Shells, Whites and Yolk

Shells, Whites and Yolk

It seems to be a magical appliance that separates the egg whites from the yolk in one swift twist and I am all for it! Egg Separator is a device where you place the whole egg, yes with the shell intact, into the central compartment. With a sharp twist and turn, you get the shells in one place, the whites in a separate compartment and the yolk in another. Sounds perfect, and something very handy for the MasterChef kitchen!

0 Designer: Tommy Hawes

Back to Basics

Back to Basics

Finally, a counter-worthy kitchen scale! The unique design is as simple as it is elegant, and utilizes the flexibility of its curved metal support to accurately display weights up to 250 grams, all without the need for electricity or batteries! Way better looking than those mini digital scales!

0 Designer: Nadav Caspi

Finger Friendly Cutting Board

Finger Friendly Cutting Board

Pego is an all-in-one solution that’s here to replace the cutting board. The design consists of a cutting surface, secured knife and pegs that are used to hold food in place while the user chops, dices and minces- keeping fingers out of harms way. It’s particularly useful for kids learning to cook!

0 Designer: Rowan Williams

Automatic Grill Light

Automatic Grill Light

This idea was born in a backyard and will leave you wondering, “why didn’t I think of that!?” – The GRILLIT light attaches to any outdoor grill to provide instant illumination to the cooking space each time the hood is opened. Simply slide and twist the barrel to direct light where needed. It’s a great “set it and forget it” solution!

0 Designer: BOLTgroup

An Intuitive Kettle

An Intuitive Kettle

The Celsius Kettle features a very intuitive design that looks at improving the efficiency in use and the over-all user experience in design. Employing both red and blue lights as temperature indicators, the controls linked to lighting systems inform the user about the stage of the heating process. The grip of the kettle has been designed to keep aesthetics and ergonomics in tact.

0 Designer: Craig Thurston

Non-aromatic Cooking?

Non-aromatic Cooking?

I like the idea that Hong Ying Guo is exploring with the Purifi Pan. The concept is simple; eliminating annoying cooking fumes right at the source and converting it to a refreshing gust of air. The approach is to add an electronic purifying element straight on the pan’s rim and doing away with conventional hoods. Hopefully its detachable, to enable easy cleaning and as we can see it is suitable for different sized utensils, with a couple of tweaks and refinements, I think we’ll have a winner in our hands.

0 Designer: Hong Ying Guo

Cook, Chop, Clean and Serve from a Table

Cook, Chop, Clean and Serve from a Table

The kitchen in the future, say 2025, is not going to be more than a table! This is what most designers and even Electrolux predicts. Future Cook is an interactive unit that doubles up as a prep area, induction cook top with integrated food processor and a washing area. Using existing technologies, it will be possible to add quirky features like nutritional information of the food being cooked and electronic recipes, to the workstation. The idea is to be a ‘smart counter’ for folks who don’t have the luxury of time to cook. Interesting!

0 Designer: Aslıhan Tokat