Mobile Urban Kitchen
The Mobile Urban Kitchen creates a flexible place where food culture can be experienced together. By using the MOKIT connector system, the Mobile Urban Kitchen has a modular construction that offers mobility and expandability. The main focus of the Mobile Urban Kitchen is the cooking counter. It is used for preparing and serving dishes. Integrated containers offer space to stow all the necessary cooking utensils as well as food, cutlery, and crockery. A recessed, gas-operated cooking element puts the focus on cooking and provides a view of the processes. With the help of two wheels, the kitchen can be rolled like a wheelbarrow, which enables short-distance transport within the city. Due to the simple handling of the clamp connector, the Mobile Urban Kitchen can be expanded as required and adapted to the menu, the local conditions, and the guests.
The Mobile Urban Kitchen was developed together with chef Tade Assel. This collaboration enabled us to continue to optimize our prototype by receiving direct feedback. Like the city, the kitchen should always be on the move.
by: John Hayden, Benjamin Unterluggauer
visuals: Louise Preuss, Sören Herber