Is the way we use our kitchens the smartest possible? MVRDV answers with a fully transparent kitchen, presented in Venice in collaboration with Kengo Kuma.
As part of the Kitchen Home Project which looks to explore the future of the living and the home environment, MVRDV designed a fully transparent kitchen, presented at a collateral event of this year Venice Architecture Biennale.
The installation by MVRDV is part of the project that was initiated by Weng Ling of the Beijing Centre for the Arts (BCA), and was undertaken together with architect Kengo Kuma and media artist Au Yeung Ying Chai. The Infinity Kitchen looks to consider the next stage for kitchen design through envisioning a cooking environment made entirely out of glass.
With the goal of making better cuisine, better food preparation practices and raising awareness, having clear in mind the amount of waste created and the actual cleanness, the Kitchen Home Project is an initiative which looks to imagine the next step of our living environments, taking the accepted norms of today and pushing these to find new and better solutions.