Cooking Table by Young Cahn Choo Creates Community

By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Jan 31, 2010 • References: & homeqn
Converting cooking time in the kitchen to an activity that reinforces a sense of community in a shared space is what San Francisco-based Young Chan Choo’s design for an induction cooking table. The table is simple to operate and comes with shelf for extra space as well as built-in storage for tableware and utensils.

Induction cooking only heats when the cooking surface comes in contact with iron-like metals. The cooktop cools when the pot or pan is removed, so it can be used as a general purpose table between meals because it is for non-metallic items like books and papers and remote controls. Stats for Induction Living Rooms Trending: Older & Mild
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