Compact mini kitchen by Vitor Xavier

Nobody likes a crowded kitchen with all sorts of items and instruments lying all overt the place. We like the kitchen to be as organized and as compact as possible. That being said, here’s Soria, a very practical mini kitchen design created by Vitor Xavier. The Portuguese designer designed it as a personal project and it required a serious study on materials and 3D modeling.

Soria is very compact but, in the same time, it’s more functional and practical than the larger versions. In fact, it includes everything you need, even a dining table. It has a very friendly and modern design, with simple lines and no useless decorations or details. This smart kitchen features plenty of storage space, a countertop for cooking, a washbasin, a cooktop and a lot of different sized storage compartments for all the utensils you usually use for cooking.

Soria is a very functional and very practical creation that would definitely redefine the traditional kitchen design. This futuristic-looking piece could very well be all you ever need in the kitchen and this means you’ll have a lot more free space in the house. You can fill your kitchen with comfy furniture where you can rest your feet or where you can sit and talk or enjoy a cup of coffee and you can also use the remaining space to place a nice dining table. It’s a great choice for small places.

Published by in Kitchen, on August 8th, 2011


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