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Philippe Starck Successfully Fits a Kitchen Into Two Towers

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Phantasmagoric universe denizen Philippe Starck is at it again, this time for the German kitchen manufacturer Warendorf. The French designer of just about everything (interiors, juicers, yachts) has just launched Tower Kitchen, a mind-boggling creation that turns conventional notions of what the so-called "heart of the home" should look like on its head. Translation: one 11-square-foot hot tower (containing an oven and microwave), one 11-square-foot cold tower (with a fridge and freezer), one island (with a sink, range, and dining space), and storage space throughout. The towers rotate and there's the option of adding a chalkboard to the backside.

· Tower Kitchen by Philippe Starck for Warendorf [Freshome via Gizmodo]
· Philippe Starck on on "Phantasmagoric Universes" and Eating Organic [Curbed National]