Inteligent Kitchen Design Concept for the Future
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Inteligent Kitchen Design Concept for the Future

As I’ve said in Contemporary Kitchen in Bamboo post in these days the kitchen has long since become a place where the boundaries between food preparation and everyday life dissolve. The kitchen is continuing its evolution into a natural part of people’s living areas. Now by following this trend Designboom hold a contest entitled “Kitchen is the heart of the home“, where 2980 designers from 102 different countries participated. The winning entry at this contest is a design created by 3 designers from China ( Cheng He, Liu Quang Kui and Zhou Dong ) and is called “Round cupboard assembling that can be rotated and lifted”. The final design it’s futuristic, but still very realistic kitchen concept. Each element of the kitchen is designed to allow objects to come to the user, instead of having the user moving to reach them. In conclusion this concept can save a lot of time and space, because everything is very compact and handy …and finally improve your productivity.



Now here are a few words from the designers of the winning product :

1. Creating the new concept of happy kitchen: Sharing the joy with relatives and friends face-to-face.
2. Cupboard adopts double-deck rotator structure, can rotate 180°respectively, the three major work center of washing, mixing and cooking can rotate in the front of the operator, let “zero” distance in each workflow; And can lift in certain distance in order to be suitable for the different operator.
3. Flume has two kinds of outlets: The parallel water outlets of induction type lie on both sides of flume; The holding type faucets with metal hose lie in the middle of two flumes, that can be suitable for operating under various environments.
4.Abandon the board type, slide rail and hinge of the traditional cupboard completely. This cupboard regards the structure frame of aluminium alloy and the combination of stainless steel pipe as the integer structure. Adopt level bearing, hydraulic pressure system, shutting system to realize lifting of cupboard and wall cupboard.
5. Integrative structures with operational table-board, flume and kitchen, cupboard distribute icebox, disinfector and oven symmetrically, other borders are closets.
6. Lower cupboard is drawing structure, can pull out wholly while using, and make the operation simplify. Hang the kitchen ventilator under the top cupboard with function of illumination.

12 comments

  • Ellis Benus May 22, 2008 at 15:16 PM Login to Reply →

    This looks like something out of science fiction.
    The all-in-one approach has great appeal for small spaces.
    I wonder what a small kitchen would look like if this island
    approach was used. Traditionally we have cabinets
    and counter space around the outside of the room,
    but this would be interesting to eliminate all of that…

  • cheryl May 22, 2008 at 18:08 PM Login to Reply →

    -Like it! Has huge application potential for bungalow and condo/loft living situations…very easy to integrate into smaller spaces to maximize the room’s size and purpose.

  • Genie May 23, 2008 at 02:58 AM Login to Reply →

    I would like the future kitchen to have a built in compost collector. One that has a fan that is water powered would be nice. Or just an old fashioned lever that you turn to mix it up. Maybe this compost could empty out into a pot where you are growing fresh herbs to use for cooking.

    You read about this first on here :) Please spare me a thought when you get rich with my idea!

  • not necessary May 23, 2008 at 12:33 PM Login to Reply →

    intelligent

  • Frank June 24, 2008 at 10:32 AM Login to Reply →

    This sort of concept piece has a long history.
    In the UK, I remember seeing kitchen ‘workstations’
    in the early 1970s, designed as promotional set-pieces
    for the the quango installed to improve the
    market for electricity. Practicality is always
    sacrificed to compactness, in these designs. 10-minutes
    working a kitchen ‘workstation’ will show you that the
    sink isn’t deep enough; that there are too-few burners / rings;
    that the fashionable (again…)stainless-steel finishes are
    anything but stainless. Oh, by the way, open-plan kitchens
    are a nightmare, too. The brave new worlds of the 60s / 70s
    are best left in old design annuals. Very little of the stuff
    is workable or comfortable. Trust me – I was there…

  • MEEP October 13, 2008 at 04:05 AM Login to Reply →

    now that is one eficient kitchen for a small space!
    but, what if you need more room to prep things, like mor counterspace would be nice…

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  • 4yourkitchen December 1, 2010 at 09:24 AM Login to Reply →

    Would be a bit inconvenient if the electrics blew! The design itself doesn’t feel very homely but hugely practical, especially in a limited space environment.

  • Kitchens February 3, 2011 at 10:08 AM Login to Reply →

    I think the challenge with these eco and futuristic kitchens is to create functionality and design while maintaining that kitchen feel that we all love. I personally wouldn’t like coming home after a hard day to be met with one of these kitchens.

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  • מטבחים June 23, 2011 at 17:50 PM Login to Reply →

    This is AMAZING! the most beautiful and efficient kitchen design!!! just perfect….