The kitchen island has become a coveted piece of furniture for its versatility, especially in spaces that can accommodate the extra bit of counter space; ChopChop by Dirk Biotto, an industrial designer based in Berlin, Germany, takes it to the next level. It is a multifunctional island that not only incorporates homey wooden surfaces, but also shelving, sinks and more.
ChopChop by Dirk Biotto also has a contemporary rural aesthetic that will appeal to city dwellers who are looking to add a chic traditional touch to their home. Focused on keeping nearly all cuisine necessities in sight and easily grabbed, the island is made with disabled and elderly cooks in mind. With its wall-side peg board and milled slot for hiding messes, ChopChop is as helpful as it is stylish.
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