Today's kitchens require open-ended utensils for communal cooking

The home chef can find inspiration virtually anywhere. After all, in this day and age, finding a recipe doesn't even require picking up a cookbook. Turning on the TV, spending a few minutes on Pinterest or visiting a popular blog can yield plenty of make-at-home recipes. But a design team wants to shake up the way home-cooked meals are prepared. Friends and family normally get together to pitch in using familiar tools and tricks—but (Un)Contained takes away the familiar cheese grater and spatula to replace these with abstract tools.

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