Miniki, Minimalist Hideaway Kitchen

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Designed by Tobias Schwarzer, the award-winning miniki system revolutionizes the traditional kitchen. Timeless and versatile, the design provides a convenient solution to transform the heart of the home into an airy, elegant space with plenty of functionality and options for customization. A Red Dot Design Award and an Interior Innovation Award later, Schwarzer decided to add an even more compact and practical product to the miniki family – the slimline range.

Featuring two modular units, the miniki slimline collection simplifies the already minimal design further. A bright white surface and clean lines ensure that this mini kitchen blends into any modern interior, whether it’s compact apartment or an office. A lid covers one side of a modular unit when not in use, transforming it into a simple countertop. Made in Germany, the range provides durability and superior quality. The elegant, timeless design aims to complement changing décor trends, offering a long-lasting kitchen furniture solution for modern living spaces. The two modules can be mounted on a wall at a higher level or installed on a stylish base, with other modules added to create a one-of-a-kind design. Recently launched, miniki slimline already won the platinum award at the European Product Design Awards. Photo credits: Michael Jaeger.

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