Dutch designers Steie van Vugt and Frank Winnubst have designed a stackable kitchen that can be transported on one wooden pallet. With the 'One Pallet Kitchen,' kitchen components are made from wood chips and natural resin. In contrast, most modern kitchen components are made of chipboard and laminate.
The modules don't require glue or screws for assembly, which makes the concept ideal for temporary venues that benefit from portable food preparation sites.
Implications - Stylish, practical and easy to put together and take down, the One Pallet Kitchen is the concept design of the future. Perfect for those restless homeowners, university students constantly moving around, or those with cottages and summer homes, the Pallet kitchen ensures you can take your kitchen with you anywhere you go.
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