Remember the flow kitchen by Studio Gorm? The Oregon designers, John Arndt and Wonhee Jeong are here with a new version of their flow kitchen. Dubbed Flow2, it’s a chic kitchen that allows the users to use the waste products to grow plants. It’s a kitchen with life of its own, I won’t be wrong in saying that it’s blends nature and technology incredibly and efficiently. A kitchen where food is grown, stored, cooked, composted, just to grow more food!
Efficiently utilizing energy, waste, water and other natural resources available, the Flow2 kitchen offers the vertical storage for drying dishes saving valuable counter space, water from the dish rack drips on the herbs and the edible plants, growing in the planter boxes below the rack. Besides this, there is an evaporative cooling fridge box that helps keeping the food cool through evapo-transpiration, ideal for storing the eateables. Do you still need a larger conventional fridge? Of course not! Allowing the composting of about 40% of the household waste, this eco-chic kitchen is surely an ideal pick for leading sustainable life. For all those interested guys, Flow2 is on display at Oregon’s Museum of Contemporary Craft as part of the ‘Exhibition Call and Response’ through 31st October’ 09.