Tabletop Ecosystem

Studio Gorm, based in Eugene, Oregon (USA), has designed a ‘tabletop ecosystem’ that is both convenient and efficient. Complete with a compost bin (and worms), spaces for herbs, dry goods, cooking utensils and evaporative cooling fridge box, this living kitchen is GREAT green way to reduce, reuse and recycle.

The 'Living Kitchen' designed by Gorm Studio

It’s designed so that water from your hand-washed dishes drip dries and waters the herbs and other plants below. Any organic waste you may cut on the table can easily be thrown away into the compost bin. Then, consider using the compost for soil for your herbs/plants! The cycle is awesome and a great way to be GREEN.

How it works

To see more pictures and ready more about this tabletop ecosystem, click the link below! Maybe it’ll inspire you to make a living kitchen of your own….

http://www.fastcompany.com/blog/cliff-kuang/design-innovation/table-thatt-turns-your-kitchen-mini-ecosystem

 

Choose to live the GREEN life.

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