Self-Cleaning Plates Make Doing The Dishes A Thing Of The Past [Pics]

Self-Cleaning Plates Make Doing The Dishes A Thing Of The Past [Pics]

Tomorrow Machine and Innventia created prototype tableware with a coating that rejects dirt and water.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 18 december 2013

Swedish design studio Tomorrow Machine created a prototype self-cleaning plate and cup made of cellulose with a special superhydrophobic coating that makes them resistant to dirt and water.

The project, called Ekoportal 2035, was created for the Swedish Forest Industries Federation who asked the design studio and research institute Innventia to create three products that explore potential uses of cellulose created from materials from Swedish forests in the year 2035.

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