Flow2 kitchen by Studio Gorm

Oregon designers John Arndt and Wonhee Jeong of Studio Gorm have designed a kitchen where waste products are used to grow plants.The kitchen also features storage jars made from unglazed earthenware with beech wood lids, a dish and utensil drawer to store plates, bowls, cups, and cutlery, a bag rack to hold produce, and a gas stovetop.

Nothing is wasted if you are clever enough and think of a way of recycling and reusing everything with the purpose of reducing the consumption of water, gas, electricity and even obtaining home grown vegetables or greens for the soup. It’s not only a way of fighting pollution, but it’s also a healthy way of getting to be organized and save a lot of money from little things that you would have thrown otherwise.

This project of kitchen is amazing and all the people should try and at least find inspiration in it. For example there is a special wooden rack where you place the wet dishes after you have cleaned them and the water dripped from them is used for the little plants underneath. All the food that you do not eat and all the organic waste is used as natural fertilizers for the plants and the simple design of the kitchen table and table top allows you to use wood and any other material you might have around the house. This is by far the most effective and brilliant idea about organizing a kitchen I have seen in a long time.{found on inhabitat}

Published by in Kitchen, on August 19th, 2009



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