RiceCube by Michael Elmgreen

Posted on August 7th, 2012 by

RiceCube is a minimalist design commissioned by Wallpaper, and created by England-based designer Michael Elmgreen produced in collaboration with Christopher Hill of Solve3D. The rice cooker is portable in size, and has no more buttons than a traditional rice cooker would have. (1)

Name: RiceCube

Designer: Michael Elmgreen & Solve3D

Location: Bedfordshire, England

RiceCube is a minimalist design commissioned by Wallpaper, and created by England-based designer Michael Elmgreen produced in collaboration with Christopher Hill of Solve3D. The rice cooker is portable in size, and has no more buttons than a traditional rice cooker would have.

When the lid is closed, the RiceCube looks like nothing more but a sleek, glossy box. Rice cookers don’t generally have an appealing aesthetic, so this will definitely be my go-to if I ever decide to buy a new rice cooker. What do you guys think?

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