Kitchen-O was developed after visiting and interviewing habitants in a refugee centre in Belgium, where the main issue raised was the inability to cook, and being forced to eat something they did not necessarily enjoy. This kitchen gives them the possibility to manifest and share their identity through cooking, in an unfamiliar place, that naturally lacks a sense of community. Even more importantly, it allows families to provide for themselves and their loved ones. Being open-source, its instructions are available for anyone to reproduce it, and it is entirely digitally fabricated, thus being locally built, with locally sourced materials. Kitchen-O celebrates food, cooking, and food rituals. It brings together the four main cooking elements, which are universal to every human being: fire, water, air, and earth. Every element has its value, place and purpose inside Kitchen-O. Cooking is not a task; it is a ceremony, a celebration, a collective ritual.