eco-cook: economy on resources

January 22, 2008 § 3 Comments

eco-cook by Kechenyi Camille

Partitioned cookware saves water, energy, time

As the global warming crisis and its consequences deepen, the rational use of water becomes vital. This is what Kechenyi Camille from France believes and this got her winning a honourable mention at designboom’s Dining in 2015 contest.

Here’s what she said about her design:

In 2015, environment problems from energy will become more and more serious. I believe that everyone’s life will be concerned. Thus kitchenware will be modernise to reduce energy consumption. My eco-cook is an object that helps to save water, energy and time. Everyday, everyone, has to cook pasta, rice or various vegetable. Therefore different pots are needed. In a unique pot, the eco-cook enables to divide 2 or 3 space and to boil different food at the same time. Thereby, water and gas or electricity is saved. Moreover when food is taken out the eco-cook, it will automatically drain out, allowing to win precious time. In 2015 I also believe that most people will always be in a hurry. The eco-cook design permits to help 2015 people that pay close attention to energy and time.

…and a photo:

eco-cook by Kechenyi Camille

Kechenyi Camille from France's take on eco-friendly cookware

(source via TreeHugger)

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