Window Refrigerator : See What’s Inside Without Open Your Fridge

The window refrigerator concept features 5 different cabinets to store different items, which may not sound much extraordinary; it offers the opportunity to see what is stored inside a cabinet before opening it. With a simple touch, the particular door will transform into transparent glass from opaque glass by letting the electricity pass through the magic glass and automatically turns smoothly around, which not only makes it convenient to find an item, but also saves a lot of energy. Moreover, the ergonomic design of the refrigerator makes it more notable and enhances the d├ęcor of any home interior.

window refrigerator

window refrigerator

window refrigerator

window refrigerator

window refrigerator

Designer : Yoonjung Kim and Jongrok Lee

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dante says: May 8, 2010

i designed the same concept a few years backa and even built a full scale prototype. chek it out

http://www.igreenspot.com/the-c-fridge-designed-t

Ray says: June 14, 2011

This is a great idea !
It can be combined with http://WinFridge.com patent pending idea.
The "Window Refrigerator" saves electricity.

Ray says: June 14, 2011

This is a great idea !
It can be combined with http://WinFridge.com patent pending idea.
The "Window Refrigerator" saves electricity.

Ray says: June 14, 2011

This is a great idea !
It can be combined with http://WinFridge.com patent pending idea.
The "Window Refrigerator" saves electricity.

Ray says: June 14, 2011

This is a great idea !
It can be combined with http://WinFridge.com patent pending idea.
The "Window Refrigerator" saves electricity.

Ray says: June 14, 2011

This is a great idea !
It can be combined with http://WinFridge.com patent pending idea.
The "Window Refrigerator" saves electricity.

Ray says: June 14, 2011

This is a great idea !
It can be combined with http://WinFridge.com patent pending idea.
The "Window Refrigerator" saves electricity.

Jeremy Landers says: May 6, 2013

It’s about time a full-fledged fridge with a completely glass door came out. Now we don’t have to open the thing up every time we need to check on supplies or choose what to eat.







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