Take the Bulthaup b3 system and sprinkle a little eclectic, functional animation and you will get “Shifting Concepts”. This idea encourages individuals, designers, artists and architects to get involved in the design process and evolve what Bulthaup claim is the perfect product.
The Mogul imagines that this concept delivers the bespoke, made from scratch feeling to a modular based system, enhancing the experience for both users and designers and making the process of kitchen design more personal and introverted! Top marks there!
Bulthaup appear to dress the b3 in a way that transforms it into an art installation, adding an extra layer and allowing the concept to become un-architecturally defined.
Don’t underestimate Bulthaup, their kitchens are fantastic; but there really isn’t anything new here. The Mogul and many other designers including Johnny Grey have been promoting the human element of kitchen design for years, encouraging an understanding of how humans relate to their own personal space; the psychological connection to inanimate objects and the development of human memory paths that effectively shape who we are.
We already know that introducing holistic elements into kitchen design along with personal artistic preferences can open the door to “Next Level Kitchen Design”! So is this concept just a heavily funded marketing campaign? The Mogul wonders!
But one thing however must be said. Promoting artistically stimulating, humanly sympathetic design must be encouraged...so for that The Mogul salutes you!