Sinetempore Kitchen by Gabriele Centazzo
Handcrafting and traditional arts find their place in a modern kitchen in the form of inlays, mosaics, carvings and pyrography. ‘Sinetempore’ by Valcucine is full of luxurious materials and treatments, with a minimalist modern style, yet it maintains the warm, cozy feel of a traditional kitchen.
Mobile Modular Kitchen by Kilian Schindler
Need something a little more compact and adaptable? This modular furniture system by Bureau Kilian Schindler can be placed in any room, detaching it from the dedicated ‘kitchen’ space in a home. Three main modules support the range, sink, butcher block, storage and ‘technology’ like coffee makers, and the whole thing assembles and disassembles easily for moving.
Satellite Kitchen by IED Milan
A similar idea enables you to wheel your kitchen right out into the yard when you feel like it. ‘Satellite’ by Riccardo Randi, Riccardo Trabattoni and Dario Distefano of IED Milan features an island-like ‘main core’ with an awning and a sink, along with smaller accessory modules with parts that can be swapped out at will.
Infinity Kitchen by MVRDV
Definitely only a fit for highly organized cooks with nice cookware who dust frequently, the fully transparent ‘Infinity Kitchen’ by MVRDV puts literally everything in your kitchen on display – even your pantry. You might call it ‘radical transparency.’