„Our memory compares the image of the object with the impressions we have gained from pressing it. We grasp things both mentally and physically. We look to see if a fruit is ripe by lightly pressing it with our fingertips to see if it gives way. We try to determine it’s weight by holding it in our flat hand like primitive scales […]. We make a movement with our hand similar to that of a mechanical balance.“Harald Gruendl, EOOS, “The Cooked Kitchen”, p.24 (via feuerherdfeuerherd)
THE GLOBAL KITCHEN
my name is Sabrina, I am from Hildesheim, Germany and I am currently writing my master thesis.
Therefor I conduct a survey to find out how kitchens all over the world look like, what you can find in them and where there are similarities or differences.
Please help me with my survey. All you need to do is take a few minutes to fill out this form and forward this message to your friends:
Your answers will of course be absolutely anonymous.
Thank you very much and have a nice day,
If you have an extra minute to spare: I am also making a collection of pictures of kitchens to compare. Your kitchen can be a part of that!
All you need to do is take a picture of your kitchen (the whole room and/or interesting details) and send it to me. I will use your picture only for my theoretical master thesis and it will be completely anonymous.
Please send all pictures to:
Watering can with the filling hatch on the left side makes it easier to handle under the faucet in the sink.
The Raschler comes from the german word “rascheln” which means “to rustle”. It is a relaxation necessaire for the creative folks. If you are stuck in your work, you take the Raschler and shake it. The arising rattle is fun to make and relaxing. A creative pause for some times. And if things get too bad, you can always use it to shake up sleepy fellows.
A canterbury that holds the newspaper upright or allows it to lay flat on its tray - you may choose. It’s build of stable duplexwood so you can even put your heavy designbooks on it.
We wanted to find a solution to the often upcoming question where to put your cardboard rolls.Our answer: K620. In the inside of the rhombus you can store all your rolls. If you remove one, the others will immediately fill the space, so you do not have to sort them back in, which is annoying and takes valuable time. On both upper sides enough space can be found to lay out important documents and sketches. With the k310 you are able to extend the tube to your choice. And also taken for itself it provides maximal practicability.
Held in cream and dark brown, you can adapt the reversal-bag to your everyday needs. With one simple move you change it from dark to light.