In Brief

A cleverly designed solution for small spaces.

Kristin Laass and Norman Ebelt of the Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design, Germany have designed the ‘small kitchen’, a modular device that occupies less than 1 square meter of space when closed, but packs in itself everything a contemporary kitchen has.

When closed, it looks like a simple box with a drawer, but when opened, the real ingenuity behind the design comes forth by revealing a fridge, an oven and induction range, a sink and even a storage space and eating counter, making it a great piece of furnishing for small homes. The small kitchen was presented under the theme of ‘1, 2, 3… light kitchen!’ at the DMY International Design Festival, Berlin 2010.

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