Måns Salomonsen's Kitchen Window 'Cocoon' Combines Decor and Storage

By: Ady Floyd - Jun 4, 2015
References: salomonsen.se & design-milk
The kitchen window Cocoon from Måns Salomonsen is a beautifully elegant decor piece that combines storage with cultivation. This modern kitchen aid saves a ton of space by fitting itself onto the window frame to store fruits and vegetables that would otherwise take up room in the fridge. It also has the capabilities to grow spices.

It is called a kitchen window Cocoon because of its organic shape. It looks like a caterpillar cocoon with an indented top where spices can be grown. The bottom is open like a shelf to hold bananas, apples, carrots and any other fruits and veggies.

The Cocoon is made from clay that absorbs water, which aids in the cultivation process for the spices. When the water evaporates, the Cocoon cools down to the perfect temperature required for storing the veggie in the lower shelving unit.