By Brandon Chuang
on 9.5.12
Photo by Miniki

As any urbanite living in a tiny apartment can attest, kitchens are love/hate: they’re handy when you’re hungry, but they take up too much damn space otherwise. While some other minimalist kitchens cram everything into a small area, the Miniki actually transforms your kitchen into useful open space when you’re not whipping up a delicious (read: badly burned) meal.

Miniki offers three different hand-made birch plywood modules (two 24″ x 24″ x 24″ cubes and a double length option) that can stand alone or combine to house a hidden sink, stovetop, storage space, dishwasher, refrigerator or even an oven. When you’re finished using it, the module closes into a minimalistic, retro-modern counter space, allowing you to make your cake and eat it too. With 15 different color combinations to choose from, each Miniki can be crafted to match any décor. Just don’t go overboard with the 2-in-1 ideas: that bed/hot tub combo definitely won’t work out.

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