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Until this Simple Life Kitchen Sink System, there might not have been such a dramatic change proposed for the domestic food preparation area since Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky’s Frankfurt Kitchen. What designer Wu Chun Ming suggests is a complete reorganization of the common countertop and the integration of a greatly enhanced network of basins.
With this expansive arrangement, the processes of washing vegetables, chopping them, compartmentalizing them and drying them are all easily undertaken without any need for the home chef to move her feet. There is ample space to multitask and to set down dripping colanders, baskets and trays. The accessories that accompany the Simple Life Kitchen Sink System even make actions like dishing out diced edibles seamless and mess-free.