Cubist kitchen could stem gadget invasion

 作者:程甾耦     |      日期:2019-03-02 06:09:01
By Paul Marks INVENTOR James Dyson, best known for the bagless vacuum cleaner, now wants to compactify our kitchens. In a US patent application filed last week, Dyson and his colleagues Peter Gammack and David Campbell describe a cunning way to save space on overcrowded kitchen worktops by radically changing the design of the gadgets that typically clutter them. The Dyson team say the trouble with today’s kettles, toasters, juicers, food mixers and coffee grinders is that each type of gadget tends to have a different space-hogging design. Kettles tend to be jug or dome-shaped,