These futuristic cooking dishes by designers David Barry and Laurence Finnegan are part of the Lotus wireless cooking system. The system has been designed for various cooking styles and meal types and includes a tepan yaki plate, a wok, a grill, and induction plates.
The Lotus cooking system uses the power of resonant induction. Pieces can be powered individually or linked together. The whole plate can be washed in water, offering easy clean-up. In addition, the heat is contained in a magnetic field, allowing the plates to remain cool and therefore safe to pick up right after cooking. Practical, easy to store and great-looking, too!
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