Flatshare Fridge, by Stefan Buchberger, a design student at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, allows each person in your household to have their own personal refrigerator space. The fridge consists of a base station and up to four stackable modules, with handles on the sides of the modules make them easy to transport. The modules allow each individual user to have his/her own refrigerator space and can be customized with various colorful skins as well as with add-ons like a bottle opener or a whiteboard.
“I decided to create Flatshare fridge because there is nothing more disgusting than a dirty fridge in a shared flat,” he says. “At the time, I was living in such a flat!” He also says, “If you move to new flat, you can just transport your module like a suitcase and hook it up to the base station in your new flat,”
Quite honestly, I love this concept by Stefan Buchberger. Regardless of if it is yourself or multiple roommates using the Flatshare Fridge, it has the potential to be a kitchen life saver. When I ran across this concept, I began to imagine how cool it would be to be able to divide up certain foods/drinks into separate modules. Personally, this is an awesome design. Thoughts?
Check out more photos of the Flatshare Fridge by Stefan Buchberger after the break.