In the first part of his three part sustainable kitchen series, designer James Stumpf of Stumpf Studio has created a brilliant concept toaster that is slim, transparent and made of sustainable materials such as glass and bamboo.
Welcome to a three part series of kitchen appliance design using unconventional and sustainable materials. Part one of the series is a toaster designed using steam-bent bamboo plywood, glass toasting trays, a 2?x1? touchscreen and quick-cooling coils embedded within the glass toasting trays. Gone is the bizarre popup mechanisms of toaster’s past – the toaster features wide, easy access slots. The heating coils feature quick-cooling technology and the UI tells the user when its safe to grab their toasty treats. Bamboo and glass are both sustainable and renewable and the design uses no plastic and minimal metal.
images via James Stumpf
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