This is the first design out of thousands I’ve written about that is catered to individuals with one hand. That should give you an idea about how little attention is giving to assertive kitchen technology for users with a single usable limb. Despite being a rarity, the Voronoi Food Preparation System makes leaps for an important household tradition.
First, its randomized Voronoi frame from which it earns its name is a 3D-printed masterpiece that is both beautiful to look at and functionally tactile for enhanced grip. The wooden board which nests within the frame features a hidden hollow space for collecting chopped ingredients. Additionally, the cover turns over to reveal a pronged surface for securing vegetables, fruit and other food items. Its interesting blend of hand-carved wood and additive manufactured plastic gives it a bespoke yet modern feel not common in assistive design.
Designer: Parker Liang