Sinks and cooktops take up a lot of space in small kitchens, but Vesta induction cooktop folds flat against the wall and out of the way when not in use to provide a larger working area. It also contains a scanner that can read RFID chips, which are predicted to replace barcodes on product packages. These chips could contain information about cooking times and temperatures and even recipe suggestions. So, Vesta saves space, time and provides more comfort for the Internet generation.
Designer: Matthias Pinkert (Germany)