Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design
Alexandra Ilona Kovács
Year of project
At the end of their lifecycles, most of the small kitchen appliances increase the volume of electronic waste, which is the fastest growing non-hazardous and hazardous waste stream. My goal is to create a multifunctional system that supports a healthy, sustainable way of food-preparation, consumption and living. With a critical approach and an open-source design this serves as an alternative for reducing the amount of these appliances and therefore the waste-volume of the overspecialized small kitchen appliances that are abundant on the market. My project is a vision an alternative consumer behavior, that creates and uses objects in a sustainable way.