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The Farm Project

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For the Farm Project, Mike Meiré abandoned the idea of the hyper-designed kitchen in favor of one where life—of all manners—happens.
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  Meiré felt it was important to show the tools that go into making a meal, so pots, pans, and foodstuffs are all visible on open shelving.
    Meiré felt it was important to show the tools that go into making a meal, so pots, pans, and foodstuffs are all visible on open shelving.
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  For Meiré, the juxtaposition of materials was key to the Farm Project’s visual concept, like the pairing of a traditional china bowl with an acid-yellow Dornbracht faucet.
    For Meiré, the juxtaposition of materials was key to the Farm Project’s visual concept, like the pairing of a traditional china bowl with an acid-yellow Dornbracht faucet.
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  For the Farm Project’s opening at the Cologne Furniture Fair, hundreds streamed through the installation and were treated to food and drink that had been prepared on site.
    For the Farm Project’s opening at the Cologne Furniture Fair, hundreds streamed through the installation and were treated to food and drink that had been prepared on site.
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  Meiré wanted to foster a sense of knowing where one’s food comes from and of being connected to that process.
    Meiré wanted to foster a sense of knowing where one’s food comes from and of being connected to that process.
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  The modular structure houses a small pen in the back and inside the space, which the animals can travel through at their leisure; plants grow from containers in the kitchen’s central countertop.
    The modular structure houses a small pen in the back and inside the space, which the animals can travel through at their leisure; plants grow from containers in the kitchen’s central countertop.

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