Custom kitchens are big business, and likely a point of pride for homeowners who can afford them. For those who can’t, Vienna-based industrial designer Kerstin Pfleger has designed the Kit Kitchen system.
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Pfleger’s concept is that complete kitchens can be sourced for much cheaper with used, mismatched components. All that’s needed is a way to fit them cleanly together.
The Kit Kitchen is composed of stainless steel components, custom-cut to match the differing sizes of mismatched components. Shipped flatpack, it is user-assembled. (The concept reminds me a bit of the money-saving custom Quonset hut system we looked at here.)
The Kit Kitchen process would start with an online configurator:
Here’s how the process is intended to play out:
You can see more of Pfleger’s work here.