Forget stacked washer and dryers, this entire kitchen is one giant column of space-saving convenience.
Designed by Massimo Facchinetti, the vertical kitchen is outfitted with all the bells and whistles of a regular cookery.
“Kitchen basics are obviously covered with a fridge, oven, induction cooktop, sink, dishwasher, and a (basic if you’re Italian) espresso maker,” explains Gizmodo. “But then there’s everything else: multi-stage water filtration, side-mounted herb garden with UV light, dining surfaces seating up to six, extra storage, AND a solar panel to cut costs.”
Like all great space-saving designs, the kitchen expands and transforms.
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The vertical kitchen is expected to hit the market in about a year. Pricing is a guessing game, but as Gizmodo says, it will probably be expensive.