Often called "the kitchen that isn’t there," the miniki is a system that allows a small kitchen to transform into an elevated sideboard after use.
“There is nothing there to betray the actual function of this piece of furniture,” the company says. “So the surprise is even greater when a fully functional kitchen is revealed after it’s opened.”
Ideal for small kitchens, apartments, and rental units, miniki systems are available as different modules to match almost any individual requirement. There are kitchens with just one sink and some storage room for small offices to kitchenettes with a fridge and two cooking zones, or a fully equipped eat-in kitchen with the full range of functions.
“This makes miniki a flexible, versatile, multi-purpose kitchen system,” the company says. “Simple to assemble and with its numerous combination options, the modules can be adapted swiftly and easily to any kind of setting.”
Miniki is handmade in Germany and is available throughout Europe, but the company is planning to expand to the U.S. market. The company also delivers to U.S. clients directly.