Kitchen Of The Future : Electronic Fitting for Kitchens from Dornbracht
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Kitchen Of The Future : Electronic Fitting for Kitchens from Dornbracht

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New designs help high-end buyers have an easier and more comfortable life. The new electronic fitting for the kitchen from the international bathroom and kitchen fixtures manufacturer Dornbracht is a special kitchen aid with pre-set water programs and hands-free features. At the touch of a button, the electronic panel ensures flow of water, dispenses liquid soap and closes or opens the drain. A hands-free sensor is mounted underneath the sink and shines a discrete beam of light that helps you turn the water on and off using your foot. Born Rich has depicted the kitchen aid as having a “minimalistic design, the control panel can be integrated perfectly into every high-quality kitchen architecture.” Incorporating four buttons into a control panel, the manufacturers offered a luxurious way of looking at housework and also, an alternative to usual dish cleaning. The design is very similar to another of Dornbracht’s products: the eTool for the shower. We invite you to look at the video presentation below. Now, do you believe this high-tech kitchen fitting to be useful or does it impress with the design?

6 comments

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  • Babak January 27, 2011 at 15:46 PM Login to Reply →

    Some times things get self-cotradictory. Like this not-wise ideation of modern kitchen!
    1- First the appliance look modern. But does also the woman? Same stereotype in depicting a woman doing household drudgery. Sorry! This is not modern at all.
    2- The technology here looks very fancy but complicated! Instead of turning a volume control a hundred tomes to heat the water, I can simply turn the warm tap on. There is not even a thermometer or scale on this modern thing, but at list my manual tap has some logic on it…
    3- Instead of using three bottons to dispence the washing liquid, I can push one tome over my manual liquid dispenser in home… ha ha! no need for the fancy technology.

    But the woman in the kitchen, it was a big big blunder! ;-p

  • Antti P January 27, 2011 at 16:56 PM Login to Reply →

    I like the idea of adding dish liquid by pushing a button, but you should always add it to tank which means same thing you do nowadays..

  • Flipflipmeheidi January 31, 2011 at 14:48 PM Login to Reply →

    Super idea!
    Cooking in style. With touch…
    http://www.flipflipmeheidi.com/2011/01/cooking-in-style-with-touch/

  • Denni February 28, 2011 at 22:38 PM Login to Reply →

    I agree about it being easier to just turn a tap than to turn the control knob several times for the same effect. This seems like a waste of research money and a waste of electricity to run. I don’t know anyone who is too weak to turn a tap or to pour soap into a sink. As for having hands that are too grubby to hold a tap with, wouldn’t they be too grubby to push a button with as well?

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