Kitchen Worktop With Multiple Personalities

Since space comes as a premium, we need to design for a flexible lifestyle. Case in point is the kitchen. This design by Wiwat Pitakpongsanit takes multidisciplinary worktops to the extreme. This kitchen counter top is a place to cook, serve, meet, party, eat, and work. By reconfiguring the different sections, you can create a work surface to meet your needs.

Designer: Wiwat Pitakpongsanit

10 Comments

  • max says:

    amasing designes .

    u can catact me if u wanna take things in action . i work as a sales manager in a kitchen and bathroom disigning company.

    the template is amasing

  • rh2 says:

    does everything a kitchen should do in a beautiful functional way….i love it

  • Allie says:

    Its sleek, its edgy, its smart, its custom…its all of the things i expect a designer to accomplish. but there are a couple of very important things ive noticed. this specific custom design must have been designed for an able bodied person, hopefully this person never sells their home, because this design might work for them, but a physically handicapped person could find absolutely no use for this piece. custom designs are great, but dont forget, its our job to design well for our generation and the future generations too.

    there is no workspace on either side of the cooktop at all. the cooktop runs to the edge of the surface on three sides…what a nightmare for little kid fingers!

  • No name says:

    It´s a stupid idea in so many ways. We don´t need this kind of multitool looking kitchens. This multibench is not even a good kitchen.It´s doesn´t have to look like a flying spaceship and I son´t want the ugly chairs.
    Does the designer have any education? I mean has he or she taken any semiology? What does the accelerating sinkage tell the user? Push something over the edge and it will be cooked?

  • No name says:

    Its a stupid idea in so many ways. We dont need this kind of multitool looking kitchens. This multibench is not even a good kitchen.Its doesnt have to look like a flying spaceship and I sont want the ugly chairs.
    Does the designer have any education? I mean has he or she taken any semiology? What does the accelerating sinkage tell the user? Push something over the edge and it will be cooked?

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