albrecht seeger + martin klinke: come together albrecht seeger + martin klinke: come together
jul 05, 2010

albrecht seeger + martin klinke: come together

‘come together’ image © marco warmuth

‘come together’ is a collapsible kitchen unit designed by albrecht seeger and martin klinke. thanks to its three states of ‘small’, ‘medium’ and ‘large’, the different sizes of the design adapts to the needs of its users. ‘come together’ operates as a static model, active kitchen or as a serving counter for up to three guests.

image © marco warmuth

embedded seating units can be taken out to create a dining space for four.

image © marco warmuth

albrecht seeger and matin klinke, alongside 5 other student teams from the burg giebichenstein: hochschule fur kunst und design halle showcased their kitchen prototypes during DMY international design festival berlin 2010. each project investigated the concept of ‘1, 2, 3… light kitchen!’, which asked students to work with one square meter of kitchen space and re-examine the spatial structures of traditional culinary environments.

image © marco warmuth

image © marco warmuth

image © marco warmuth

slide in trays assist in food preparation image © marco warmuth

image © marco warmuth

image © marco warmuth

image © marco warmuth

‘come together’ collapsed into one small compact unit image © marco warmuth

side view image © marco warmuth

retractable side storage shelves image © marco warmuth

image © marco warmuth

image © designboom

image © designboom

handle allows access to seating unit image © marco warmuth

originally flat, the seating unit can be expanded into a tall stool image © marco warmuth

image © marco warmuth

image © marco warmuth

counter top with cutting board and stove image © marco warmuth

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