It’s a conundrum, the place that we call 'kitchen.' When we use it, there is never enough space, when we don’t, it just takes up too much room in our already undersized apartments. The delicate equilibrium is offered by Grotheer Sven and Alex Schulz and their "360° of cooking," a revolutionary concept that allows an all-inclusive kitchen to spread out from a single column, and then conceal all when not in use.
The flexible concept features cupboards, drawers, an oven, and a refrigerator/freezer, as well as extractable segments including a basin, a cooker and worktops on several sides and heights. These segments open up to 180 degrees and each boasts a phenomenal 360-degree rotation. Its functionality, though, is multiplied in view of its unique quality to disguise all in style within a compact circular structure, which itself comes in various colors and modifications.
The intelligent kitchen adapts to your needs, boosting your culinary skills when in use but otherwise granting you the valuable space. And with advanced customization options, you can easily produce the version that that best fits your needs.
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Futuristic 360° Column Solves the Culinary Conundrum
- By: Alexandra CholiFeb 12, 2009