How the kitchen changes in the time of Glovo: a restaurant in Milan

Studio Arme designs an immaterial kitchen laboratory, designed only for home deliveries and take away.

Milan is undoubtedly the Italian capital of innovation and a city always ready to welcome lifestyles, trends and new technologies. Among riders, take-away, and streed food, the world of food sees a change in our eating habits, which follow rhythms of life inconceivably too fast for cities a few hundred kilometers to the south.

As well as our habits, the architecture of food is also changing, as demonstrated by the Ktchn Lab project by Studio Arme, the first Italian experiment in "ghost kitchens". The restaurant's kitchen is dedicated exclusively to products that can be purchased online and the waiting area is designed for the delivery guys to stop by.

The interior is a clinical environment, with a yellow vinyl floor, glass, metal and polycarbonate. The counter is wired and can accommodate up to 32 tablets for the acceptance of orders, while the food pass is designed as a scenic device that captures the curiosity of passers-by: the only point of connection between the kitchen and the room, has a blind background that allows you to glimpse only the silhouette of workers. Literally, the dematerialization of work.

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