The Ori-Kit starts as flat pieces, but can be quickly folded into multiple different useful configurations

Ori-Kit‘s futuristic eating instruments take inspiration from origami to transform into different utensils. The space-saving kitchen set surpassed its $50,000 funding goal on Kickstarter, promising backers a set of six different pieces, consisting of three spoons of various sizes, a turner, a funnel and a colander.

Each space-saving instrument boasts a brilliant design, arriving flat and compact and shape-shifting into a utensil when needed. Certain pieces offer multiple uses: each spoon offers two sizes, collectively accounting for all conventional kitchen measurements, while the Ori-Colander can drain liquids, strain soups and remove pulp from juice. All items in the kit can withstand temperatures up to 500°F/260°C, and according to the designers, their unique flat design not only makes them better for storing, but prevents food waste as well.

Perfect for travelers, small homes, eco warriors (the Ori-Kit is made sustainably from Teflon and silicone) and people who do their dishes by hand, the product claims to be durable despite its thinness. Kits are available on the Kickstarter page in exchange for a pledge of $32 or greater, with an estimated shipping date of September 2017.

Ori-Kit

Ori-Kit‘s futuristic eating instruments take inspiration from origami to transform into different utensils. The space-saving kitchen set surpassed its $50,000 funding goal on Kickstarter, promising backers a set of six different pieces, consisting of three spoons of various sizes, a turner, a funnel and a colander.

Each space-saving instrument boasts a brilliant design, arriving flat and compact and shape-shifting into a utensil when needed. Certain pieces offer multiple uses: each spoon offers two sizes, collectively accounting for all conventional kitchen measurements, while the Ori-Colander can drain liquids, strain soups and remove pulp from juice. All items in the kit can withstand temperatures up to 500°F/260°C, and according to the designers, their unique flat design not only makes them better for storing, but prevents food waste as well.