Foodlab Modular Kitchen on Wheels for Customizable Arrangements
The design, created by Studio Rygalik for Siemens and Concordia Taste, resembles industrial crates with wheels for easy mobility
Foodlab is a ‘culinary station’ consisting of modules that are interrelated and easily customizable, allowing users to create a kitchen design that suits their preferences or needs.
Created by Warsaw-based studio Studio Rygalik in collaboration with Siemens for Polish restaurant Concordia Taste, Foodlab is an open kitchen system designed to provide counter space, storage spaces, energy-efficient kitchen appliances, and more. The modular kitchen design is meant to be mobile and easily customizable. This kitchen system consists of modules that resemble wooden industrial boxes with wheels. The different modules can be easily moved around and rearranged to fit the user’s preferences.
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