Design and architecture studio LCMX has developed a modular kitchen system that allows urban dwellers to configure the unit based on their space and needs.
Built on a self-supporting steel structure that serves as the backbone of the system, the unit features a series of wood shelves, storage boxes, and cabinets. Everything is adjustable so each user can configure the setup for their particular needs.
The system features powder-coated steel with American oak, walnut, or tzalam wood for the shelves and cabinets.
Based in Mexico City, LCMX says users can also add appliances and plumbing components to suit their needs.
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