The Buijtenkitchen is a mobile restaurant that looks to bring the kitchen right to the source: the farm. This expandable culinary space is the creation of Dutch design collective Studio Elmo Vermijs and is designed to be towed by trailer from farm to farm, chasing whatever is in season. The Buijtenkitchen is centered around large wood burning stove, but comes stocked with all the amenities of a modern kitchen.
Buijtenkitchen hopes to reexamine the relationship we have with our food. What do we mean by local? What type of cuisine can be created using just one source? The closeness of its farms and town centers, make Holland the perfect place to experiment. Setting up such a mobile kitchen on a 2000 acres factory farm would probably be less attractive.
[ Via Fast Company]