The Invisible Kitchen by i29 Interior Architects takes the idea of minimalism to the next level. Instead of using a thick kitchen countertop, the team went with a paper-thin look that's still sturdy to hold those massive dinner pots and pans.
The name came about because of the thin design, and because from some perspectives it's even hard to see the countertop. This is a far cry from the thick granite looks many people use in their apartments and houses. i29 stated that they were trying to make the kitchen features look more like furniture rather than just a functional element. Considering how much coffee tables and chairs are experimented with in terms of form, it's great to see the kitchen table being addressed with a more innovative approach by the company.