More than 23,000 visitors experienced The Invisible Kitchen at Zona Tortona during the Milan Design Week. Miele’s vision of the future of cooking inspired the guests and, above all, showed that cooking with smart technology can be real fun. Thank you all for joining us!
Did you like the sweet potato ice cream at The Invisible Kitchen? Make your own at home!
200g sweet potato
Wash, peel, cut in pieces. Cook in a steam oven until tender at 100° C for 15 minutes.
100 ml cream / milk
4 egg yolk
Stir and heat to 85° C
Allow to cool down
2 gelatine leaves
Soak in cold water and dissolve in lukewarm cream.
Mix potato cubes with
100 g mascarpone,
100 g low fat yoghurt
ground tonka bean
a pinch of nutmeg,
80 ml lemon juice
120 g sugar
and fine zest
and mash / blend to a very fine puree. Stir in gelatine cream
150 ml cream
Whip until stiff, fold into ice mold, freeze
Ice cream maker:
to desired consistency
The Invisible Kitchen exhibition is nominated for the Milano Design Award 2016. The award’s goal is to select and elect the best exhibition of the Milano Design Week through an international jury.
For the first time this year there is a new category, the People’s Choice by Fuorisalone.it. The audience can vote for their favorites with the Fuorisalone 2016 app, which is available on App Store and Google Play Store.
If you visited and liked our exhibition, please vote for us! Just download the app, select “Milano Design Award” and then “The Invisible Kitchen” to give your rating.
On Wednesday, besides wonderful guests from all over the world, Miele board members and many other Miele employees visited The Invisible Kitchen. It was a great and inspiring gathering and everybody had a fantastic evening at Zona Tortona.
The kitchen of the future will assist us both physically and emotionally. Cooking at home will soon be reaching professional levels. It will not only simplify our everyday cooking experience, but also make it more enjoyable. The food bloggers from GNAM BOX, our guests at The Invisible Kitchen, describe their experience and share their impression.
Anna Marconi from Taste of Runway tells us how interesting The Invisible Kitchen experience was for her and shares what she learned about the future of cooking.
On Tuesday and Wednesday more than 3,500 people came to visit The Invisible Kitchen at Zona Tortona and got inspired by our vision of the future of cooking. We are looking forward to seeing a lot more!
Dr. Markus Miele and Dr. Reinhard Zinkann, Executive Directors and Co-Proprietors of Miele, give us a vision of the future of cooking while explaining what The Invisible Kitchen stands for.
In the future, smart technology will revolutionize our cooking habits and kitchen design will change the way we approach food. In this video, Dr. Axel Kniehl, Executive Director Marketing and Sales of Miele, shares inspirational thoughts on how the future of kitchen design and technology will influence the way we live, interact, and cook. He gives his opinion about the key learnings we should draw from the demonstration of The Invisible Kitchen.