Péter Várdai has created perhaps the most futuristic kitchen ever in the Electrolux H20. The Electrolux H20 is a kitchen designed to change its shape based upon the whims of its owner.
The Electrolux H20 can be made to change into a variety of different forms thanks to its claytronic atoms. Once the atoms receive a signal to change shape, they get to work, quickly and easily altering the structure of the Electrolux H20 until it reaches it desired state.
The Electrolux H20 has also been designed to grow small vegetables and herbs, making the home greener and a need for planters nonexistent. I love what Várdai is trying to do here, but it definitely seems a little ahead of its time. I guess it's a good thing that Várdai designed the Electrolux H20 with the year 2099 in mind.