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The kitchen is a room of passage but also of sharing. For this, it must be able to adapt to the different lifestyles of each. Here is a video, three concepts of modular kitchens presented at the Foire de Paris. The "Landscapes" kitchen is grouped into an island with variable geometry . When the two trays are closed, the space can be used as a counter. Half open, you can see the water point and the hobs as well as the small appliances for quick meals. And fully open, it becomes a space for cooking with family or with others. This cuisine was imagined by Lou Xiao Yu and Mathieu Peyroulet Ghilini from ENSCI (National Superior School of Industrial Creation). "Genetically modified" cuisine adapts to different eating styles. It is composed around a central pole grouping a huge sink as well as a suspended storage module. Several meal trays are attached to the sink bowl. The cooking dominoes work without connectors and a retractable module allows clever vertical storage. "Genetically modified" cuisine is the fruit of the imagination of Emilie Gadel, Alexandre Wicquart and Pierre Duthoit of ISD (Institut Supérieur de Design) in Valencienne. The kitchen f (kitchen) is a piece of furniture that acts as a partition and kitchen. This large module distinguishes the living area from the kitchen area. The horizontal plane slides between the two spaces. It serves as both a work plan and a dining table on the living room side. This kitchen was designed by Aline Spitzer of the Camondo School in Paris. In all, 19 projects were presented at the 2009 Paris Fair. This initiative of UNIFA (National Union of French Furniture Industries) and VIA (Promotion of Innovation in Furniture) constitutes a presentation of what the kitchen of tomorrow could be.