The Future All-in-one Kitchen For Small Space

When you have a small studio or bachelor pad there’s really not much space left for a real kitchen. And since that’s not going to happen you might as well use that space for something else and opt for a mini-kitchen such as this one.

The All-in-one Mini Kitchen has been created by designers Adriano Conti, Corrado Galzio & Alex Innamorati. It’s a compact structure that combines several everyday domestic appliances into a single unit. It’s perfect for small homes because it takes very little space and it offers basically everything you need in a normal kitchen. The All-in-one Mini Kitchen features a vegetable washer, a dishwasher, a refrigerator, a small pantry, an oven, and two other cooking systems and this basically eliminated the need of anything else in the kitchen.

Not only that this product incorporated so many appliances into one very compact and practical unit but it does that while allowing you to save energy, water and, best of all, space. Moreover, it features a very stylish and modern design. It’s the perfect product for small homes.The friendly shape makes it easy to adapt and incorporate in a variety of different decors and it also looks very good. In fact, it looks better than most kitchen appliances and obviously it’s more than that. It was definitely a clever invention.

Published by in Home Gadgets, on December 23rd, 2011


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