In modern times when urban spaces are getting constricted day by day, need for flat-pack designs is way higher than it used to be a decade ago. Along with furniture, kitchens are also coming in flat-pack form. The latest example is Cucina Leggera kitchen designed by Stefano Carta Vasconcellos.
This flat-pack kitchen is a part of the Celer Furniture collection by the designer who believes in the minimal use of nails or glue to keep the unit clean and tidy when assembled. Plus, these interlocking modular units can be configured in countless ways to suit varying needs.
In particular, the Cucina Leggera kitchen unit is super-light and can be assembled to form countertop or shelves in no time. It consists of seven individual panels precut in according to the needs of the space. Thereafter, all you have to do is join them by interlocking them.
You can join additional panels if you want to have a larger kitchen countertop complete with shelves and storage space to store kitchen appliances, jars, pans and other accessories. It won’t take more than 15 minutes to put together the complete kitchen. Disassembly is as easy as pie for safe and effortless transportation.
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