The Amrita Kulkarni 'Dine-In' Concept Brings Families Together

By: Shiori Mine - Published: Jul 1, 2012 • References: amritakulkarni & frameweb
The Amrita Kulkarni 'Dine In' concept is an artfully arranged solution for busy families needing a convenient way to deliver hot, home-cooked meals.

Designer Kulkarni was inspired by her Indian heritage, where meal time is considered an important part of family bonding. Ordering take-out food minimizes the time spent together, but many find it challenging to have a hot feast ready with tight schedules. The box comes equipped with a number of vessels, compartments and utensils that make this one clever meal on-the-go. A built-in heating apparatus makes warming pre-prepared dinners easy and hassle-free. The device also unfolds into a kneeling-style table, complete with cushions and a communal eating space.

Although the concept has been created with traditional Indian cuisine in mind, the Amrita Kulkarni Dine In concept could translate to a number of other cultural fares. Stats for Portable Communal Bentos Trending: Older & Warm
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