Salon Project

In.form is a series of Everyday Kitchen appliances designed for the Circular Economy.
A placement in conjunction with Adrian Stokes the owner of ‘ASA Designers’ focused on re-designing everyday objects. Centered around the massive impact these have on the environment.
The induction heating system allows the vessels to be non-electrical items. The ceramic design permits the kettle to be heated on a regular hob.
The form of both vessels act as an visual indicator for water level. The same recess on the toaster acts as a handle when removing crumbs.
The modular design of the toaster provides the users with an easily accessible and repairable system.

Team Credits

Barney Parsons

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Project Tags

  • Circular Economy
  • design
  • environment
  • everyday objects
  • circular
  • kettle
  • toaster
  • induction
  • ceramic
  • Modular