Tomorrow’s Kitchen wins Red Dot design award

A new single serve steamer from Tomorrow’s Kitchen has scooped a Red Dot Award for product design.

The steamer is designed and manufactured by the International Innovation Company, the parent company of Tomorrow’s Kitchen and Vacu Vin.

The high temperature and shock-resistant Single Serve Steamer allows for quick, diverse and healthy cooking in a microwave, according to the company.

The steamer’s borosilicate glass bowl and silicone lid are especially designed to steam a one-person dinner or individual portions of vegetables or even meat, fish and poultry.

The product’s size and shape allows four steaming bowls to be combined together in a standard size microwave.

An integrated self-sealing valve at the top of the lid allows a small amount of steam to escape, preventing pressure from building up.

A drainage hole in the side of the lid allows the user to drains excess water, if needed, by lifting the lid into position. And the extended sides of the silicone lid make it easy to remove the lid from the bowl.

Both the bowl and the lid are dishwasher-safe. The steamer is available in grey or green.

Manufacturers and designers from 54 countries entered their products in the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2017. The competition, which was launched in 1954, is an internationally recognised quality seal.

An independent expert panel assess each entry based on criteria including innovation, quality, functionality and ecological compatibility.

The Red Dot Award is organised by the Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen at Essen in Germany.

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