siemens foodlab by studio rygalik creates a mobile module kitchen siemens foodlab by studio rygalik creates a mobile module kitchen
oct 18, 2014

siemens foodlab by studio rygalik creates a mobile module kitchen

siemens foodlab by studio rygalik creates a mobile module kitchen
images courtesy of studio rygalik

 

 

 

siemens ‘foodlab’ by studio rygalik is a culinary station created alongside polish concordia taste restaurant. they designed the open kitchen as a system of interrelated movable modules that resemble wooden cargo boxes and casters. this reflects how the cabinets, fridges and ovens can be easily rearranged and adapted to different user- functional needs. 

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the modules can be moved to fit the user’s needs

 

 

 

‘foodlab’ creates an area for live cooking, culinary workshops, tastings and parties. the kitchen is equipped with the eco-friendly and compact siemen’s studioline built-in appliances and ovens. it is a development from their previous ‘foodlab I’ project which offered a more minimalist design but in a less mobile method – with only two wheels.

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they resemble wooden cargo boxes

 

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the fridge and freezer

 

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the modules interact to appear united

 

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a close-up of the foodlab

 

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a customized area can be created

  • Where can I purchase these (or similar) items? Great work.

    Aaron says:

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