Kitchen of the Future, 2010 [videos]
This Kitchen of the Future that designer Michaël Harboun envisions is definitely way cooler than that spinning refrigerator imagined by designers in the 1950s. Harboun has created a design for a kitchen with elastic walls that can turn into whatever you need in order to cook a dish, from a faucet to a stove to a colander.
The best part about this imagining is that it's founded on real technology: Claytronics, which is currently being researched at Carnegie Mellon University, is based on millions of tiny nanorobots that act as a giant, moving mass to create different shapes. Yeah, way cooler than a see-through oven. Video below.
Michaël Harboun's Kitchen of the Future
Earlier on Eat Me Daily
- The EMD Guide to Food from the 1950s: Introduction & Kitchens of the Future
- Translate Foreign Menus With the Amazing iPhone PicTranslator [the future is now]
- The Future of Food from the Electrolux Design Lab
- Tomatoes in Spaaaaace: The Tomatosphere Project
- 'Food and the Future of it' by Matt Brown [food art]