Outdoor Kitchen by Studiomama

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Outdoor Kitchen by Studiomama

London Design Festival 2010: London designer Nina Tolstrup of Studiomama will present this mobile kitchen at 100% Design this week, alongside instructions for visitors to make their own.

Outdoor Kitchen by Studiomama

The project comprises a cart made of objects and materials that can be sourced at a hardware store.

Outdoor Kitchen by Studiomama

A bucket forms a sink connected to the garden hose, while waste water is collected in a watering can below. A chopping board fits over the trolley's handles to form an extra surface and small items can be stored on two shelves under the hob.

Outdoor Kitchen by Studiomama

The kitchen and instructions will be on show as part of Ten Plan at 100% Design 23-26 September.

See also: Mr. Cube by Héctor Serrano for Ten Plan

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outdoor kitchen by Nina Tolstrup - Studiomama

When the weather is up for it, I love to cook outside. With this outdoor kitchen, I can do my chopping, peeling and cooking outside. The outdoor kitchen will be shown at 100% Design at the TEN PLAN exhibition of projects accompanied by plans and instructions for making from the 23- to 26th of September.

The outdoor kitchen comprises of gas cooking hob, a bucket sink, a chopping board and storage for crockery, utensils and a few food ingredients. Water is connected from the garden hose and waste water is collected in a watering can placed beneath the sink, so grey water can be reused. The product instructions gives different options for construction depending on level of skill and access to tools. However you need to be confident in the workshop to embark on the making. All the components are sourced from hardware stores. The boxes are constructed from one sheet of ply and the structure with broomsticks and some screws.


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  • Andy

    Love this, another fantastic bit of design by Studiomama. Charachteristically simple / quirky design, but great attention to detail. Although, maybe they could design an all-terrain version with slightly larger wheels?

  • bruce

    it's a very nice object.

    Not sure about the cooktop right next to the plywood though.

  • Chris

    Looks like a great idea to compliment a barbecue and is a natural progression of this.

  • olgavansaane

    It's a cute thing one could buy for kids to play cooks. But for real use…? Too many little issues. I think i pass.

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    The plywood to cooktop proximity seems iffy but its a fabulous idea!