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BY SRISHTI MITRA  02/25/2020

Good kitchen appliances and gadgets have the capability to transform your entire kitchen experience! From prepping to cooking to storing meals, or even doing your dishes becomes simple and efficient. Since a lot of our time and energy is spent in the kitchen, it’s important to select the correct products to be our little helpers. Hence, we’ve curated a collection of innovative and easy-to-use products that will make you want to spend more time in the kitchen!


Ordine is an innovative cooking solution designed for the modern user. Optimized for small spaces, the design eliminates the need for a bulky traditional stove, clearing the way for more cabinet and counter space. The design features two hob units that are mounted on a central power hub on the wall. Elevated neatly out of the way, the user must simply grab one or both hobs off the wall and set the desired temperature to activate.


Gotta love this twist on the rice cooker! Called the Haier Multipurpose Cooker, it takes the versatility of this popular appliance and multiplies it times 3! Instead of one unit for steaming, it features three cooking hubs with containers of different sizes. Better yet, each container can be removed, taken “to-go” and even washed independently, so you can avoid using plastic or disposable containers.

Pretend to knock out some blues solos while you’re chopping up your greens, because Etsy seller CuttingBoredom’s created some really cool looking wooden chopping boards inspired by two of rock music’s most iconic guitars, the Fender Stratocaster and the Gibson Les Paul. Available in Cherry, Mahogany, and Walnut, these cutting boards come made to perfection with wooden inlays that make them look just like the real deal.


Supporting you in your eating-clean-habit is the Mizzle, a smart aeroponic kitchen appliance that helps you grow microgreens. This smart cultivator comes with three compartments, one for the germination process, and two for the growth and harvesting process. You can track the progress via an app on the mobile and also get alerts with regards to water levels in the tank. Going the extra mile, the app also helps you with recipes that make you use the microgreens.

The Samsung Dual Cook Flex is equipped with a flexible dual door system, enabling you to cook two dishes at the same time. However, you can customize their temperatures and cook both dishes at their unique requirements! How does it do that? The answer lies in their ingenious hinged door that allows you to access either the entire oven, or only the top half, so whatever dish you have in the lower section remains unaffected.

Bubble is a food tracker, that monitors our food consumption, in an attempt to encourage a healthier lifestyle and to reduce food wastage. It promises to track, store, and replenish our food items in accordance with our needs.The food tracker comes with an app compatible with your smartphone. You can either order your groceries via the app or physically visit a grocery store and do your shopping. Once you’re home, you can place your groceries such as fruits, vegetables, milk, sodas, etc within Bubble.

The Wall-Mountable Oven is a smart microwave, that as its name implies can be mounted upon a wall. The microwave can be easily mounted upon any kitchen in the wall. Its dome-like structure creates an ergonomic form that is easy to access and operate. You simply press a button that brings down its front cover, which doubles up as the platform to place your dish upon. You then pull down the main cover, enclosing your dish within the microwave.

Revolution Cooking’s R180 Toaster claims to be the world’s first 2-slice, high-speed smart toaster. Featuring three toasting modes, seven toasting shades, and five food settings, it really is toast heaven out here! From your everyday toast to English muffins, bagels, waffles and Pop-Tarts, this smart toaster can prepare it all.


The Grundig Exclusive line consists of common kitchen products that aim to free up counter and storage space so you have more room to live! The two parts in the series each serve distinct purposes. The central unit marries the functionality of a kettle and a coffee maker – a simple and natural combination. The same water that’s boiled for tea can be used in the coffee filtration process, eliminating the need for a stovetop kettle.

Mimicking a waffle maker, the Mitsubishi Bread Oven looks like it’s come straight out of the ’80s with its retro-esque veneer brown look. Built with a sealed thermal-insulated structure, it can toast your bread without releasing any moisture, ensuring the bread is soft, fluffy and far from being dry. The metal box is equipped with two plates that can go up to temperatures as high as 500 degrees Fahrenheit.

Arc by Kim Seungwoo is a faucet with a twist…or an arc! It’s a far cry from the conventional drinking faucet available today, boasting a refreshing form. The arc-like shape represents the free-flowing and dynamic nature of water. An under the sink filtration system ensures purified and clean water is easily accessible to you!


Tuesday, 23 June 2020 By Richard Misso

KINK – Berlin

KINK – Berlin

Located in Pfefferberg, Berlin within a former mid-19th century brewery, KINK is a unique venue where gastronomy and mixology fuse into one. Founded by Oliver Mansaray and Daniel Scheppan, whose shared passion lies at the intersection between international food and drinking cultures, KINK brings together a bar, restaurant and in-house culinary laboratory in a space that fittingly marries the building’s historic legacy and architectural heritage with contemporary art and design.
The historic building’s industrial heritage is infused with contemporary art and design, most notably in the 8-metres-high hall at the heart of KINK where the exposed, centuries-old building structure is complemented by classic and vintage furniture,
The space is dominated by Swiss artist Kerim Seiler’s imposing neon light installation suspended above the central open kitchen and bar designed by Berlin studio Hidden Fortress. Seiler’s sculptural work explores the interrelation between materiality and spirituality, engaging with space both physically and conceptually. Titled ‘Spaceknot (Pfefferberg)’, Seiler’s site-specific work consists of over 100 metres of red neon tubes that effortlessly twist and loop through the space, uncannily fleshing out the three-dimensionality of the central void.
Designed as a communal zone, the central open kitchen and bar area features overlapping seating, serving counters and work stations where guests and staff intermingle, while more intimate seating areas fan out from the main hall, including a mezzanine lounge accessed through an antique cast iron spiral staircase. A separate daylight-filled dining space overlooking Pfefferberg’s beer garden, one of the oldest in Berlin, and a private dining room complete KINK’s multifaceted character.
The open kitchen and bar area embodies KINK’s heart, adjacent the “laboratory” represents its creative mind. Reflecting Mansaray and Scheppan’s experimental and synergetic approach to gastronomy and mixology, the space functions as an open workshop where modern techniques and culinary expertise come together.


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