kilian schindler designs mobile + modular kitchen system for naber kilian schindler designs mobile + modular kitchen system for naber
feb 03, 2014

kilian schindler designs mobile + modular kitchen system for naber

‘concept kitchen’ by kilian schindler for naber
all images courtesy naber

 

 

 

originally initiated by brand naber, the modular furniture system featured at maison et objet by bureau kilian schindler envisions a kitchen that removes its ties to a specific room. users can assemble their very own personal cooking workshop wherever; situate the flexible system into an open studio space or within a concept garden. the framework can be completely adapted to one’s lifestyle, going beyond the traditional functionality as a cooking area with expandable modules.

 

 

mobile concept kitchen system by kilian schindler for naber

 

 

whether as an island solution or in combination with a traditional kitchen range, the objects can be arranged as desired. the mobile kitchen system is based on five modules: work surface with integrated range, sink, butcher block, storage rack and technology tower. the stainless steel base elements can be easily dis-assembled and feature grid holes for positioning the structural panels and shelves. a simple plug-and-play design allows for easy assembly and dis-assembly without the use of tools.

 

 

mobile concept kitchen system by kilian schindler for naber

the concept kitchen is based on a work surface with built-in range, sink, butcher block, storage rack and power station

 

 

mobile concept kitchen system by kilian schindler for naber

a simple plug-and-play design allows for easy assembly and dis-assembly without the use of tools

 

 

mobile concept kitchen system by kilian schindler for naber

the modular framework goes beyond the traditional functionality as a kitchen with expandable elements

 

 

video courtesy naber

 

 

mobile concept kitchen system by kilian schindler for naber

‘concept kitchen’ by naber

 

 

mobile concept kitchen system by kilian schindler for naber

based on five modules, the stainless steel base elements can be easily dis-assembled

 

 

mobile concept kitchen system by kilian schindler for naber

  • Looks great for people who lease by the month.

    Jim

    JimCan says:
  • nice concept…. wonder how many stubbed toes will result from those legs to the floor as one moves from workstation to workstation. How about hanging the modules from the wall. height would be adjustable to suit handicapped or taller adults 🙂

    Rich says:
  • Is is designed this way to keep the cost down or is it ugly for another reason?

    Ron Smith says:

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