Kitchen Can Be Hidden Away At The Push Of A Button

This creative kitchen was designed by German manufacturer Warendorf. At first glance, it simply appears to be a wall of cabinets, but hidden within is actually a kitchen with stove, shelving, an extractor fan, and integrated lighting. To access the kitchen, you simply press a button that raises the central portion to reveal everything.

Maritime-Style “Marecucina” Kitchen by Alno

Alno’s maritime-style Marecucina kitchen integrates elements such as sails, masts, ship storage solutions, walnut surfaces and chrome-plated decorative inserts into its stylish design. This design boasts beautiful wood details and an artfully shaped countertop, skirted in clean, white cabinets that provide plenty of stylish storage. The rounded shapes of base units and work surfaces are reminiscent of an elegant boat pantry, building a bridge between holidays and everyday life. The look is ideal for minimalist kitchens, but it quickly takes center stage in any home.

Mini Kitchen “Soria” by Vitor Xavier

At the moment we’ve featured several variants of compact kitchens: Eco Kitchen of the Future from FALTAZI or Mini Kitchen. Today you’ll see another one. The following compact kitchen is a personal project of industrial designer from Porto, Portugal, Vitor Xavier. The process of its creating consisted of a few large steps such as field search, study materials, ergonomic study and 3D modeling and rendering. As a result we see small elegant kitchen which at the same time contains everything that you might need even including small dinner table. Take a look!

Eco Kitchen of the Future from FALTAZI

Ultra-modern, futuristic and shoking eco-friendly design of kitchen Ekokook were offered by French company Faltazi. According with the authors the usage of such “green” kitchens allow to improve the health of their users, the microclimate inside the house and the ecological environment on the planet as a whole.