Getting a little bored with the classical kitchen in your baller home? If you want something that is just as space saving as it is self-sufficient, take a look at this All-in-one Mini Kitchen by the Italian design team of Adriano Conti, Corrado Galzio and Alex Innamorati. The All-in-one kitchen is strictly for those who love spacious kitchens but are unable to create space because of all the accompanying heavy duty gadgetry that just can’t be done away with. Alternately, this kitchen would be a welcome addition to a baller bachelor pad.
Let’s visualize the following scenario. You have a traditional kitchen in your home equipped with an oven, sink, refrigerator, dishwasher, table, pantry and so on. With the technological changes in the industry, sizes of these heavy duty durables continue to increase resulting in the reduction in available space in your kitchen. Is there a way out of this? Some would say, rebuild, reconstruct or get an additional kitchen to create more space. However, we aren’t going to suggest that just yet, atleast not before you take a look at this mini kitchen that includes a cooking system, an oven, a vegetable washer, dishwasher, refrigerator and a little pantry too. If you’re wondering about the plumbing system in this compact little unit and how that would fit in, you will be relieved to know that the cleaning system uses compressed air to clean, steam for removing grease and UV rays for sterilizing. Not only is this kitchen compact, it is extremely functional as well.
The All-in-one mini kitchen attempts to combine all the equipment in a traditional kitchen into a single multi-functional object. It doesn’t just save energy, it also saves time. However, you would have to wait a bit until somebody decides to take this concept to production and then onto the marketplace. Right now, this All-in-one kitchen is a project that was recently presented by a group of Italian design students in a Product Design class. If you want our take on it, we’d say that the idea is certainly worth considering given the minimalism trend that is fast hitting baller homes across the world.
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