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Flow 2 – Living and Flexible Kitchen Design from Studio Grom

Flow 2 has designed by Studio Grom (John Arndt dan Wonhee Jeong). This flow 2 kitchen focuses on three major areas Waste, Water and Energy. As has been said the designer, flow is a living kitchen where nature and technology are integrated in a symbiotic relationship, processes flow into one another in a natural cycle, efficiently utilizing energy, waste, water and other natural resources. It provides a space not only for preparing food but an environment that gives a better understanding of how natural processes work. A kitchen where food is grown, stored, cooked and composted to grow more food.

Flow 2 an Living and Flexible Kitchen Design from Studio Grom
Flow 2 an Living and Flexible Kitchen Design from Studio Grom Flow 2 by Studio GromFlow 2 an Living and Flexible Kitchen Design from Studio GromVertical storage Flow 2
Flow 2 an Living and Flexible Kitchen Design from Studio Grom Cutting board Flow 2
Flow 2 an Living and Flexible Kitchen Design from Studio Grom
Flow 2 an Living and Flexible Kitchen Design from Studio Grom
Flow 2 an Living and Flexible Kitchen Design from Studio Grom
Flow 2 an Living and Flexible Kitchen Design from Studio Grom
Flow 2 an Living and Flexible Kitchen Design from Studio GromSmall trash and recycling bins Flow 2
Flow 2 an Living and Flexible Kitchen Design from Studio Grom Gas cook Flow 2
Flow 2 an Living and Flexible Kitchen Design from Studio Grom
Flow 2 an Living and Flexible Kitchen Design from Studio Grom
Flow 2 an Living and Flexible Kitchen Design from Studio Grom
Flow 2 an Living and Flexible Kitchen Design from Studio Grom Frame Flow 2

Detail Material :

– Formica on lacquered MDF
– Urban salvaged oak
– Oregon fir
– Beach
– Enameled steel
– Earthenware

For further detail visit Flow 2 by Studio Grom.

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