kristin laass + norman ebelt: small kitchen kristin laass + norman ebelt: small kitchen
jul 18, 2010

kristin laass + norman ebelt: small kitchen

‘small kitchen’

‘small type’ is a modular kitchen created by german designers kristin laass and norman ebelt. it is intended to fit into the small spaces and accommodate the diverse habits of its users. the focus of the protoype is to provide a smooth work cycle and intuitive operation to those using the kitchen. at only 1m² when closed, ‘small type’ serves as a dining table. when the table is rolled away, the full capability of the kitchen unit is revealed with a refrigerator, induction cooktop, oven, and storage space.

when the table is rolled out, all features of the ‘small kitchen’ are revealed

under the theme of ‘1, 2, 3… light kitchen!’, ‘small kitchen’ was one of 6 projects presented by the students of burg giebichenstein: hochschule fur kunst und design halle at DMY international design festival berlin 2010. each prototype worked with one square meter of kitchen space and reexamined the spatial structures of traditional culinary environments.

when closed, ‘small kitchen’ only takes up 1m² of space

oven

induction cooktop and oven

induction cooktop and oven detail of retractable storage shelf

mini refrigerator

compartmentalized drawer

  • perfect design !!!!! I like it .

    lookgolf-13 says:
  • compact and minimalistic. Good for a cabin or temporary boarding.

    systemofazam says:
  • Awesome!!!
    I love it

    Dennis says:
  • Who oh why can’t these brilliant ideas be commercialized for the public to buy?!?!?! Every month I see something I would buy but it’s never available… just more concepts.

    Log says:
  • WOW,,, I would like to buy it too! Do you know where can I find it?

    maria says:
  • I would buy it right away as well, pls let me know as soon as it’s produced!

    Ramona Berger says:
  • hello
    do you know where i can buy this small kitchen?
    thanks

    tam says:

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