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Friday, May 23, 2014

Invisible Kitchen

By Team IAnD
Photography: Courtesy i29 interior architects

Invisible Kitchen by i29 Interior architects
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Interior architects i29 design a kitchen that acts more as a piece of furniture, resulting in well organized kitchen system that seems to disappear in space…

The concept of a closet kitchen is not new. Many a galley kitchen works on the principle of camouflaging everything – appliances, pots and pans, culinary knick knacks and essentials behind wall mounted panels, leaving table top surfaces clean and free for alternate use.

Invisible Kitchen by i29 Interior architects
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Invisible Kitchen by i29 Interior architects
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The ‘invisible kitchen’ as designers i29 call their latest design is similar in composition, where all mandatory kitchen paraphernalia is taken care of behind floor-to-ceiling wall-mounted panelling and the kitchen is conceptualized more as a piece of fixed furniture.

Invisible Kitchen by i29 Interior architects
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Invisible Kitchen by i29 Interior architects
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As living spaces and kitchen islands merge together in most contemporary homes nowadays, the countertop design is reduced to its absolute minimum, having a top surface of only a couple of centimeters thickness with all water, cooking and electrical connections included. 

Invisible Kitchen by i29 Interior architects
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The flipside of the sleek clean lines is the faucet and sink that stands to one end of the countertop. Perhaps a suitable camouflage that would facilitate a clean tabletop, actually making the kitchen ‘invisible’, would have been more appropriate. 


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