Since kitchens are one of the primary places of the house, it’s also the place where we have to endure problem almost every day. Owing to limited space, we barge into every other item of the kitchen, and that’s what make us look for something compact, but rewarding at the same time. Just like the kitchen unit designed by German team members of Robert Schierjott and Ulrich Kohl. Named as “Carre,” it’s a kitchen unit designed to suit everyone’s daily needs. The kitchen unit is a small cube when not in use, and transforms into a spacious cooking area so that the user can modify the space for daily cooking needs.
The kitchen comes in two modules where the main body comprises a gas port, kitchen sink and a counter for cooking preparation. The second module is a freely movable unit that blends with the main body so that you can enjoy the configurations in six different ways. Each of the modules are made from different materials. The washbasin and the working area with the installed stove are made from beto, counter top of solid maple, and the storage boxes from translucent polypropylene film.