Modern kitchens are often a place of over-excess and needless waste; to counter this there is the Nadin Jahn 'Speiseschrank.' Essentially, the Speiseschrank is a root cellar for the modern kitchen. Designer Nadin Jahn showed the concept at the Bauhaus University Weimar 2012 Diploma Exhibition, providing a sleek ceramic design that holds fruits and vegetables. The Speiseschrank also uses an air conductivity feature, in order to extend the life of food and prevent waste by keeping it cool and moist.
Since most consumers visit the grocery store only once a week, they often buy too many groceries and Jahn's design can help reduce the waste that gets thrown out due to rotting food. The Nadin Jahn 'Speiseschrank' containers can in effect change the pattern of modern day consumption, helping to create better lifestyle for all.
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