Kitchen Futures is a series of posts over the coming weeks, taking a glimpse into the future of home cooking through five trends spanning from short term to long term. Join us on a journey through the culinary landscape where we look at; how social and cultural changes are affecting the way we cook, what newly inspiring techniques will shape the future of cookware and what impact technology will have as it becomes more integrated and ambient in the future kitchen.
Smart solutions that create a balance between time, taste and health will ultimately win over consumers by integrating seamlessly into modern life and creating newly engaging and desirable cooking experiences.
Featured and above image credit: PDD
Digital sous-chef – smart cooking appliances and systems that learn actions, make preparations and recommendations.
06 >Fold paper bags by Ilvy Jacobs
- Intuitive forms and layout
- Simplification and clarity in first read
- Glanceable graphics and UI
- Visual step-by-step
- Origami geometric structures
- Functional folds creating instant vessels
- Amplification of colours associated with health and well-being to give modern fresh twist.
- Contrasting combinations create a jarring play
- Natural neutral tones grounding bold colours
- Repetitive patterns
- Functional pattern derived from structures
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Posted by Sarita
Senior Consultant – Design Insight
Languages spoken: English.
The last thing that inspired me: Chinese teacups from a small café in Camden Town, London - the most amazing collection of colours and textures.
My dream project: Something multi-sensorial.
My obsession: Stationery - retro inspired, Asian influenced, graphically intriguing, sensorially indulgent and the 'unique'!