The hidden kitchen

Posted on Tue, 29 Jan 2013 by midcenturyjo

“The design brief was simple:- Fit enough appliances in that would service a small commercial kitchen; cater for a family of five that entertain a LOT, a ten seater table was a MUST! Make it stylish with no visible appliances…”

A clever kitchen design from Darren Genner and Minosa Design. A sixth floor apartment, a small space, and the need to find a home for 13 small appliances. Yes, 13. The solution? A bank of storage over 7 m with a “pop and slide” door system to conceal the wall ovens and steamer, cabinet for all those small appliances, a second appliance cabinet with tea/coffee making facilities and breakfast supplies and an ingenious scullery. And, of course, the dining table. Understated and yet bold. With the click of a remote and a flick of the wrist it extends from 8 seats to 12. Talk about a show stopper. You can find out more about the design process here.

that kitchen gives me goosebumps! such a smart concept.

see says:


Ta-da! An excellent use of space.

Malka Sabroe-JoHanson says:

Great inspirations for my work in cabinetry and closets. Thanks for the best looks!

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