Jan Dijkstra graduated from the Eindhoven Design Academy in 2005. For his graduation project the Dutch designer created this kitchenette, which provides you with all you need in a kitchen.
The design, made out of wire and coated with a plastic layer afterwards, consists of four modules. Every module has its own function and shape. Jan Dijkstra: “What makes a kitchen a kitchen? In essence it has to have a sink, working space, a stove and space to store things: to dry, wash, cut and cook. The products that belong to the module determine the shape.” Visit Dijkstra’s website for more information and to see his other designs.
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