Modular and Mobile
Designed to cater to nomadic modern lifestyles, these modular and mobile kitchen designs can be extended and reduced over time to adapt to a changing environment. From mobile units mounted on wheels to foldable workbenches and self-contained kitchenettes these designs are built with to last.
Launched earlier this year in Milan, Critter by Elia Mangia for Skitsch is a freestanding, indoor/outdoor mobile kitchen. The modular construction is made from stainless steel, solid ash, and cast iron. Critter also features attachment system of rails, pegs, grooves and only eight repositionable screws,
Made from Grade A Hornbeam, stainless steel, carefully sourced quartz composite materials and luxury hardware, the Cun kitchen by Italian brand Joko Domus is based on a modular cart system.
Kilian Schindler’s award-winning modular Concept kitchen for the German kitchen brand n by Naber allows users to create their own personal cooking space using Naber’s basic steel modules. The system comprises worktop units with either an oven, sink or storage beneath with the option to add extra shelves. A metal grid that wraps around the unit acts as a storage rack for utensils.
The new Meccanica kitchen system by Gabriele Centazzo for Demode has a modular design based around a metal framework that can be extended and adapted to suit different surroundings.
Mette’s Chop and Change kitchen is based around a bespoke workbench module. Customers can specify the size, materials and specific functions in order to create a completely unique design.