Designer Magda Sabatowska — a graduate of the Central Saint Martins College in London, cleverly arranged a good-natured cooking kit that will enable communication for potentially "isolated elderly female residents of housing estates in Poland."
Dubbed 'Social Oven,' the product will operate on a subscription basis. Through good interactive design and thoughtful arrangements of materials, the cooking kit provides an accessible and seamless way for people to integrate themselves into the community. The subscription box provides with the necessary inspiration and tools. Once the meal is cooked, it is offered to the people next door. The neighbors can then express their gratitude for the homemade dish by paying for it with money, fixing things around the house, doing the groceries and the like.
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