When Design Mom posted this over at the Kohler blog, she called it the "dishrack of your dreams." We seriously think she may be right.
This dish drainer was designed by DBA, a New York design company that focuses on intelligent and sustainable construction and packaging.
Their concept for a dishrack is fairly brilliant, and we wish that someone would have thought of this a long time ago. The rack is made of recycled polypropylene and it's ultra-simple: A dense grid of rods that can hold small items like cutlery fades evenly to more widely-spaced rods that are spaced far enough apart to hold pots, pans, and bowls. There is mesh and a drain tray under the rods so that it can drain easily.
So great, right? We could totally go for one of these. This product is forthcoming from DBA.