Invisible kitchen is a project by Dutch i29 interior architects. The design office offers the perfect solution for all the people looking for a minimal kitchen, for those who suffer at the only idea of having things displayed on wall and shelves.
The idea is to create a system that can blend with the interior space thanks to a series of panels - in this particular case Parisian style ones - that hide behind cabinets and appliances. The most interesting thing is to see how i29 interior architects managed to fit all the connection (water, cooling, electrical) within the black island, whose top is just a few centimetres thick. I find quite intriguing how they solved the lower part of the kitchen island by applying a distorted perspective effect that helps reduce the visual impact of the legs.
Source Design Milk.