Comparing the look of the typical instant meal heater to the television, designer Rafa Arnalte Porcar strove to dream up a product that would embody a formal connection more relevant to the notion of preparing and serving food. Looking to the example of antique dome cover platters, the creative came up with the concept Domo-Wave Microwave with a sense of formality and performance.
The round base of the appliance is what houses most of the electronic components, and this is what plugs into the wall. The somewhat cylindrical lid functions as a protective chamber and integrates a dial-shaped interface into its handle. Choose time and temperature with this intuitive knob after you've positioned a full bowl inside. Once the Domo-Wave Microwave has done its job, lift the top and -- Ta Da! -- you've got dinner.