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kitchen ecology: call for participation
mar 05, 2009
kitchen ecology: call for participation


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kitchen ecology: recipes for good design

june 26 -28, 2009
dwell on design, los angeles

from the humble fireplace to electrical oven cooktops, kitchens have
evolved over time to become much more than simply an area for cooking.
nowadays it is a place for eating and socializing – an integral part of
our daily lifestyle. as the new hub of the modern home, we expect more
from our kitchen – convenience, comfort, cleanliness, the latest technology –
while simultaneously demanding less – less energy consumption,
water usage, and waste.

it’s a delicate balance, and one that is in a constant state of development.

in this spirit of evolving the archetype, designboom in collaboration
with dwell on design will host a ‘kitchen ecology: recipes for good design’ exhibition.
it’s now time for a kitchen strategy session, making it the ideal place to
reduce our environmental impact. just like with any recipe, we need to
modify our habits and experiment with new (and old) ingredients and
methods to be successful.

‘kitchen ecology: recipes for good design’,
this curated group show will express subjects and details of our kitchen
environment by analyzing the ongoing conflict of ecology and consumerism.
it will feature works from the freshest young and upcoming international
designers, exploring ways to tweak the basic ingredients to produce the
most eco-friendly, energy efficient models possible.


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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

taking part in ‘kitchen ecology: recipes for good design’ is a great
opportunity to show your talent, share your ideas and suggest ways to
go green.

enroll now!
please send us your design work of practical kitchen accessories,
objects and utensils for food preparation, cooking, cool storage,
new waste containers, … innovations that combine effective design with
environmental issues and energy/water conservation.
you can send us drawings and / or photos of prototypes of what you would
like to show in this exhibition.

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