Dzmitry Samal's 'Kitchen for Singles' Rotates for Prep, Storage and Cooking

 - Mar 5, 2009   Updated: Jul 4 2011
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Everyone who's ever lived in a shoebox-sized apartment can appreciate the space-saving glory of Dzmitry Samal's 'Kitchen for Singles.' This portable island rotates out like a mobile phone to expose multiple prep areas, a cutting board, a fridge, a place to heat up food, and storage areas for kitchen tools.

When you're finished cooking and cleaning up, Dzmitry Samal's 'Kitchen for Singles' folds up neatly like a jackknife. Lovely.

Implications - As urban areas increase in population, the living spaces available for citizens are dramatically decreasing in size. These consumers are eager for compact products that are functional, and make their small living spaces efficient. Companies who wish to appeal to urban-dwelling target markets can manufacture products that are small in size, storable and stylish.