Spotted recently: impossibly tiny kitchens from Japanese company Sanwa, designed for micro living, each fitted with the basics: a sink, cooktop, counter space, and storage. Here’s a look.
Above L: The trolley-like QB 01 Kitchen by Bestetti Associati for Sanwa Company has “flexibility, movement, functionality, and essentiality” as its central concepts. Above R: According to Sanwa: “Every space is thought to make the kitchen practice and functional: a wooden cut board cover the retractable sink, the portable induction hob could be placed inside the kitchen. There are also a little compact fridge and a drawer for cutlery.”
More impossibly tiny kitchens from the archives:
N.B.: This story is an update; the original post ran on July 26, 2018, and has been updated with new products.
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