This new kitchen design has a disappearing sink you NEED to see
Currently on display as a concept idea at , is this intriguing responsive kitchen design named Tulèr.
, an experimental ‘lab&hub’ from Italian design studio , and Tipic, worked together to create the Tulèr concept kitchen design.
The kitchen has some really interesting features, so let’s check them out.
It has a sink that is flush with the counter, but when in use, it drops down to reveal a full depth sink….oh and there’s a gesture remote control tap to turn the water on and off.
Here it is in motion…it’s pretty impressive. Click to watch it do its thing!
There’s a 4 element induction cooktop integrated into the countertop.
You don’t need a separate scale to measure your ingredients, just put them in a bowl, and place them on the integrated kitchen scale which lights up.
And when you’re cooking, you can charge your devices by putting them on the wireless charger.
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