MVRDV's Infinity Kitchenette Clear Design Displays Food

By: Misel Saban - May 25, 2016
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MVRDV is the architectural studio behind the design of the Infinity transparent kitchen that is made entirely out of clear glass. The kitchen's modular design is comprised of various drawers, shelves and countertops that are entirely transparent so that the food inside is always kept on display. The idea behind this is to prompt consumers to think more about the type of food they are prepping and eating by having it always in their line of sight. This way consumers are naturally prompted to eat healthier food options.

The Infinity Kitchen is designed to leverage the aesthetic of food and put it on display as a way to prompt eaters to cook with better food options. The entire design of the kitchen is transparent, so that unhealthy or junk food cannot be kept out of sight. The design is meant to encourage consumers to be proud of the food choices they make.