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LEGO-Like Fridge Concept Allows Thieves to Steal Your Fridge One Stack at a Time

by Lambert Varias

Designed by Stefan Buchberger, a student at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, the Flatshare fridge concept gives you your own fridge space, perfect for roommates. And wives with messy husbands. Since the modules are stackable, you can just pile them in one spot like a normal fridge. And when you finally divorce your husband, you can take your part of the fridge with you, i.e. the one with actual food in it.

electrolux_flatshare_fridge

The stacks also allow for even more specific temperatures for different items – you can freeze your meat in one stack and leave your veggies on a separate stack. As you can see, the fridge is made of up to 4 modules plus a base module, which I think has the temperature controls and the actual cooling mechanism. Wait. So there’s still a problem when you and your fridgemate part ways – who gets the base module?

flatshare_fridge-2

But if your fridge was as cute as these stacks, I’m sure you’ll be willing to buy another base module of your own. I like the one on the right. This is definitely one of those concepts that deserves to be mass-produced.

[via Inhabitat]



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