The Tree of Life Concept Intends to Replace Everything in Your Kitchen
May 12, 2014 10:42
The Tree of Life is a new kitchen concept for the future, and it will replace the refrigerator, oven, dishwasher and even the cook. Developed by Bulgarian designer Zahari Ganchev, he designed the concept to be controlled from your tablet.
You can design your meals straight from the couch and decide how you want each meal to be like. The Tree of Life stores your food in its trunk and cooks meals on its mushroom caps. Your nutritional intake is monitored every meal, and replacing your plate tells the cooking lasers to clean it for you.
The concept entered into the 2014 Electrolux design competition. Will we only be using one kitchen appliance in the future? What do you think?
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