Kitchen A La Carte

The singular most reoccurring theme in industrial design today seems to be modularity. It’s appropriate since people today are always on the move so designers have to create objects and spaces with that in mind. The Kitchen A La Carte is no different. Born from the idea of small pack kitchens assembled anywhere so long as there’s plumbing and electricity. When all is said and done, they neatly pack up into 3 modular pieces ready for transport.

Designer: Oliver Krapf & Linda Altmann

9 Comments

  • rayelle says:

    I really like the idea but it looks really complicated to use

  • Dr.Kim says:

    this product so um … inefficient

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