Iran’s Milad Taleghani has exactly conceptualized that, and rather notched up a green level by envisaging this system to be powered by clean solar energy. The artistic form of Funva goes along practical lines, as the collective element is conspicuous in the whole system. One end of the sole-shaped table features the main control panel (the ‘kitchen’s heart’ according to the creator). This panel is the major component that is fed by the house solar system, and it will comprise of numerous features that range from solar lighting fixtures, cooking system, dishwashers to even holographic displays and digital color pallet.
The other end of this table is incorporated with a small refrigerator and flanked by futuristic seating arrangements. Mirroring the collective element of the design, Taleghani has also thought of kitchen walls as giant LED screens. One can fascinatingly change the colors of LEDs and, in effect, of the walls by controlling aforementioned digital color pallet. At last, the designer has also contrived of the sci-fi side of affairs. According to him: In the future, the human cleaning service will become obsolete, this task is given to co-ordinated and synchronized robots who now serve as cleaning agents.