Designed especially for tiny Asian apartments that don't always integrate the necessary domestic equipment, the Mobile Kitchen is a stovetop that can be conveniently used in even the smallest spaces, and moved as it's required. Where food preparation space is limited and a nomadic urban lifestyle is lead, this concept culinary contraption would be ideal for going where you go.
Wen-Liang Huang, Lan-Lan Lin, Biao Guo, Li-Hua Tan and Jing-Wen Huang devised a two-element system that enables the cook to make at least a pair of dishes at once. The hotplate can be placed on any surface and even integrates the means to self-ventilate. The Mobile Kitchen's two curved arms can be hinged up and over your pots and pans, fanning the steam that rises.