French design star Philippe Starck has created Tower Kitchen for German manufacturer Warendorf, all in order to save space in your kitchen. This practical Tower Kitchen features two standalone units that each take up no more than one square meter of floor space.
The dishes, cookware and most of the appliances are stored in towers that have doors on three sides, and rotate for accessibility. The fourth side is left open and can be designed to meet the user’s personal requirements , such as a dishwasher or microwave. The towers are separated into a hot tower that houses a conventional oven and a steam oven, and a cold tower that houses the fridge-freezer.
There is a small island for preparation. The Trumpet Table is a so-called working module that provides preparation space, sink, hob and dining area. Storage space is located beneath the work surface.
This is so practical – the kitchen island can be transformed into a dining table after cooking. Also, buyers have the option of selecting from 300 different surface types for these towers including options in wood, glass, and textured laminations. [Warendorf]