The 'Kuno' sustainable cooler fridge concept is a solution targeted towards developing nations and rural environments where electricity access might be limited to help inhabitants keep their perishable food fresher for longer. The unit is crafted with clay and works using evaporation principles in order to drop the temperature within without the need for electricity. This would make it perfect for those who are in need of a better way to keep foods fresher for longer without having to worry about grid access.
The 'Kuno' sustainable cooler fridge concept is the design work of Kuan Weiking and Theodore Garvindeo Seah, and is capable of being constructed on a small scale thanks to the minimal materials required and simplicity of the functionality.
The 'Kuno' Sustainable Cooler Fridge Concept is Made with Clay
Michael Hemsworth — December 31, 2020 — Eco