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Not everyone has access to enough land for growing veggies, making indoor garden devices quite attractive prospects for those looking for year-round fresh produce. Over the years, we've seen quite a few break cover – including the AeroGarden from 2006, Windowfarms from 2011 and the striking OGarden update from earlier this year. The latest is a multi-tier setup called the Cell One... Conti
the architect has designed a small volume with a high level of transparency that makes one want to peek inside. The post schemata architects creates the ‘SUIBA’ shared kitchen space in tokyo appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
when it comes to food, the topic of local supply chains is gaining momentum. The post the mizzle microgreen grower puts fresh produce in any kitchen appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the AI-powered robot can track objects like dirty dishes, open and close drawers, identify ingredients and even make meals. The post NVIDIA’s ‘kitchen manipulator’ is the ultimate robot chef appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
New York firm New Practice Studio has designed a Chinese restaurant in Manhattan with natural hues and quirky illustrations on the walls by artist Qiu Anxiong. Read more
when facebook revealed its portal device last week it felt as though it was trying to deliver us all a little trojan horse. The post facebook wants you to put its portal in your kitchen so it can feed you ads appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Colour blocking, a technique that involves pairing two or more bold colours together, is a popular trend in interior design, and can be easily achieved in the kitchen by contrasting cabinets with countertops and wall finishes. Interiors reporter Natasha Levy picks seven examples that each explore different shades. Read more
Shenkar College graduate Amalia Shem Tov has produced a series of ancient-looking cooking utensils, to help people rediscover their primal culinary roots. Read more
the sculptural objects combine ancient forms with industrial plumping materials like syphons, chromed tubes, copper pipe collars and PVC vessels. The post arthur hoffner’s fountain series combines ancient forms with PVC pipes and kitchen sponges appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the designer proposes three devices, which are designed to draw us closer to the roots of humanity. The post stone utensils by amalia shem tov bring ancient cooking tools to the contemporary kitchen appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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