The 'Keukenkabinet' by Johanneke Procee Unfolds to Make Food

By: Ruri Indra - Published: Nov 24, 2010   Updated: Jun 22 2011 • References: & designspotter
From the Netherlands comes designer Johanneke Procee, who has created a compact kitchen cabinet for close-packed city living spaces. Called 'Keukenkabinet' (literally "kitchen cabinet"), this condensed culinary contraption is perfect for bachelor apartments, studios or any space-starved home.

Inspired by one-room houses in slums, the 'Keukenkabinet' by Johanneke Procee is a revolutionary, densely packed all-in-one kitchen that opens up when you need it and disappears when you don't.

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