Everyone has burnt a piece of toast (don't even think about denying it). If you are trying to deny it, then you fall into the group of people that has wasted a lot of time standing by the toaster impatiently waiting, to only have to refill it with two more slices and wait again.
Othmar Mühlebach, a student at Luzern recently won second prize at the Berner Design Awards for his toaster re-design. We wonder how many pieces of toast he's burned while hurrying to get ready and rush off to class &mdash most likely the motivation behind a toaster re-design.
The toaster that Othmar Mühlebach designed takes inspiration from a printer. You plug it in, stack the pieces of bread on top and they work their way through the toasting process and fall out the bottom. You're given the option of four toast settings &mdash the button is located right next to the power button on the front of the toaster.
The Printer Toaster is obviously just a concept right now, but we hope that Othmar Mühlebach can someday make it a reality (because we would buy it!)
[via Polaine via Gizmodo]