Subtle Sensory Feedback Through Food

Subtle Sensory Feedback Through Food

The Double Contrast Glass, Jug, Hob Guard, Plate B, Mug, Cutlery and Chopping Board with Chopping Knife are all a part of the Leaven Range of Cutlery And Kitchen Tools for a person who is suffering from partial or full sight loss. Essentially the range is very interactive and with subtle hints and indentations is able to provide sensory feedback to the user. With the intention of making the dining experience more confident and fulfilling, I think designer Simon Kinneir has addressed and resolved quite a few key issues.

0 Designer: Simon Kinneir

For Future Foodies!

For Future Foodies!

Chewp  is a playful series of kitchen tools for parents and children designed to raise awareness about healthy eating and good nutrition. The included educational material provides activities and recipes for healthy eating, all of which utilize the set of colorful, safe-to-use utensils. More effective than learning to count calories look at the food triangle, the immersive experience ensures kids retain the information while having fun in the kitchen!

0 Designer: Bat Chen Grayevsky

Room Division Done Right

Room Division Done Right

As urban living faces space challenges, this design team has a good solution to make most of the limited carpet area that your home may have. Cook&Bath is a clever construction and room division that allows you to make the most of the space restrictions. In a way, it eliminates an entire wall and uses a centralized bathroom-shower space as the room division. An interesting way to demark the kitchen, living and bedroom space!

0 Designers: Roy Benjamin, Verdu Pierre & Denat Alexandra

Tea at any age!

Tea at any age!

Face it now- one day you’ll be old and shaky! When that happens, you’ll be loving the Due Kettle. Unlike conventional kettles that are hard on the wrist, the design features dual handles that help sturdy your grip. Additionally, its spring-loaded lid assists the user in opening the spout, making it even easier to pour.

0 Designer: Nur Yıldırım

Jamie Oliver In Your Kitchen

Jamie Oliver In Your Kitchen

The Global Chef is a clever appliance that uses technology to its advantage. Imagine having a cook-off with Gordon Ramsey in your own Hell’s Kitchen or inviting Jamie Oliver to teach you British delights. Global Chef has the ability to bring people together from all across the world by using laser hologram technology. Discover new cuisines, join cooking classes or have dinner parties with friends and family straight from the home kitchen!

0 Designer: Dawid Dawod

Better Than Frozen Pizza

Better Than Frozen Pizza

‘There is not much joy in frozen pizzas or eating out every other night.’ Based on his personal experience of living alone and hating to cook for a single person, designer Kim Risager brings us the alternative of the Fastronomy Cooker. Will this turnkey appliance motivate the singletons to cook a sumptuous meal or will this concept just be that – another idea; lets have a look.

0 Designer: Kim Risager

Measure and Mix in One

Measure and Mix in One

KÜMA – 15 is a combination mixer/scale designed to save space and time when you’re whipping up complex mixtures. Rather than weigh out ingredients one by one and then toss into the bowl, the appliance doubles as a scale to make measuring a seamless part of the workflow. Cleaner, more efficient, and easy-to-use, it’s an innovative hybrid solution for the serious chef.

0 Designer: Alexander Knorr

Cooking for Couch Potatoes

Cooking for Couch Potatoes

The Sensi Standmixer is an exploration into stretching the versatility of appliances to go beyond the confines of the kitchen. Instead of standing over the food item being processed, the user can remove the top portion of the device to monitor its progress via a camera and display connected over WiFi. Control the time, temperature, speed and more remotely from the comfort of the couch or while doing other household chores!

0 Designer: Peter Braakhuis

The Z Cool Fridge

The Z Cool Fridge

The Z-Refrigerator is a refrigerator, which has the function of professional cook’s fridge and is the size of a double-door fridge. It is has the Z structure; when door is opened to the left, there is a large space, and to the right is a space where drinks and instant food can be stored. The fridge also saves energy by minimizing the amount of cold air escaping at once. I think I like it more for its funky design more than anything else!

0 Designer: Hee Young Lee

The Mini Blender

The Mini Blender

As far as kitchen appliances go, we have seen very little action with the hand blender. Limited innovations mean a lot of scope for improvement; maybe this is why I fancy this Mini Hand Blender concept. It’s an all-in-one deal that can be operated with one hand. The rechargeable unit can be turned on or off with the flick of the wrist. The Blender case, Blender, and mixing bowl are designed as a single unit so that the blades are kept hygienically stored and safe.

0 Designers: Eunhye Lim & Hyunjung Kim

The Eggstractor

The Eggstractor

I’m totally trademarking that name BTW! Separating egg whites from the yolk can take some serious skill! That is… unless you have this modern whisk by Ivan Zhang. By slightly modifying the shape with a circular indention, the whisk catches the yolk, allowing the white to drip down. The whisk can then be used as normal to beat the eggs or stir your mixture. It makes separating effortless and better yet, keeps your hands clean of egg goo!

0 Designer: Ivan Zhang

The Island Kitchen Is Finally Here

The Island Kitchen Is Finally Here

Space crunch + kitchen has always equalled to a compromised kitchen. Realistically speaking, designer Massimo Facchinetti has nailed it with his Ecooking vertical kitchen. This single module kitchen is a hub for sustainable cooking. The technologies of the project highlight energy-saving systems, and come integrated with an internal retrieval of energy system. This is achieved thanks to the close proximity and interaction of appliances with each other and the exchange of heat and moisture.

0 Designer: Massimo Facchinetti for CLEI

A Better Cut

A Better Cut

You have to credit the simplicity that the Fusion Kitchen Knives exude. A literal mix of East and West, Industrial design and craftsmanship, the knife set blend in the common language of design and tell the story. Handmade in Kyoto as a limited edition by Japanese artist- craftsman Issei Hanaoka, these knives are inspired by the traditional Japanese art of wood crafting and they have a minimalist design: extremely simple yet modern and universal.

0 Designer: Andrea Ponti

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