7 Reasons Why This Kitchen Was Named Best In The World

See Why This Canadian Kitchen Is An Award Winner

Photography by David Lipnowski/SubZero Wolf

 
Canadian designer Dov Secter of Secter Design, has won the top prize in an international design contest, put on by appliance makers Sub-Zero and Wolf, with his own custom-designed kitchen.

CBC News stopped by his home to check out the kitchen, and discovered that there are a lot of hidden elements that make this kitchen unique. Here are some of the features…


1. The upper cabinets open automatically by just touching them.

See Why This Canadian Kitchen Is An Award Winner

The lower cabinets also open automatically, if you touch (or kick) them.

See Why This Canadian Kitchen Is An Award Winner


2. There’s a hidden dishwasher

See Why This Canadian Kitchen Is An Award Winner


3. Freezer drawers that look like normal drawers.

See Why This Canadian Kitchen Is An Award Winner


4. The pantry contains items like the microwave, toaster and coffee maker, allowing them to be out of sight when not needed.

See Why This Canadian Kitchen Is An Award Winner


5. Next to the pantry is the fridge, again it’s made to look the same as the rest of the cabinets.

See Why This Canadian Kitchen Is An Award Winner


6. In the island, there’s an “appliance-garage” that rises up from the surface, which is perfect for hiding away the blender, mixer, etc.

See Why This Canadian Kitchen Is An Award Winner


7. Finally, the main countertop features an induction cooktop that is flush-mounted to the counter, allowing it to be easily cleaned.

See Why This Canadian Kitchen Is An Award Winner

 

Watch the video below to see Dov Secter describe and show all of the elements.


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