The radical functionality of jet fighters and the elegance of supersonic aircrafts like the Concorde have inspired the style of the Berlin based architecture and design office KINZO. For a young family in Hamburg, KINZO has created a kitchen, reflecting the streamlined aesthetics, but also the spatial economics of aircrafts: The upper cabinets are reminiscent of the overhead compartments of aircrafts – and they swing open just the same way. The kitchen elements seem to float in space, cleverly arranged lights enhance the bright, airy and slightly “clinical” impression – but first of all, they create an illusion of space in a room of barely 20 square meters. What’s more, this bespoke kitchen didn’t cost a fortune.
Jet-Kitchen, Hamburg, Germany, by KINZO