Trio is a three-part, self-sufficient kitchen, which reduces itself to the essential elements of cooking: preparing, cooking itself and washing. Studies predict ever-widening cities with at the same time denser housing, whereby the real living space per capita becomes smaller. In addition, people’s needs, values and beliefs regarding housing and work are changing. This leads to new housing and living concepts in which different (living) spaces approach or merge. Trio is a result of these changes. Detached from architectural conditions, it no longer needs a kitchen space, but allows every room to become in some parts a kitchen. With its formal language Trio challenges the prevailing idea of a conventional kitchen. Moreover it questions the kitchen space and its future.

Jobs done: Concept | Design | Prototyping & Modelmaking

Photocredits: David Ciernicki