Pia pop-up kitchen by Dizzconcept for Inkea.

This little dynamo packs a punch—within just under 71 inches, there’s a sink, a faucet, and a cooktop. Hiding inside the base is a dishwasher, trash bin, a shelf, a drawer, AND a built-in refrigerator. But wait! There’s more! On the top deck, cabinets conceal an integrated hood, LED lighting, more shelving and sockets for appliances. Still not finished—six-inch-deep doors cradle space for dishes, utensils, pretty much everything under the kitchen sink. The whole shebang comes together in under an hour, and there are only three major components. That equals over 50 square feet of saved space. That’s a big deal. Now, how do we get this bad little number distributed in the USA?  Best of the Best: immcologne 2015 by Amanda Dameron

Best of the Best: immcologne 2015

Pia pop-up kitchen by Dizzconcept for Inkea.

This little dynamo packs a punch—within just under 71 inches, there’s a sink, a faucet, and a cooktop. Hiding inside the base is a dishwasher, trash bin, a shelf, a drawer, AND a built-in refrigerator. But wait! There’s more! On the top deck, cabinets conceal an integrated hood, LED lighting, more shelving and sockets for appliances. Still not finished—six-inch-deep doors cradle space for dishes, utensils, pretty much everything under the kitchen sink. The whole shebang comes together in under an hour, and there are only three major components. That equals over 50 square feet of saved space. That’s a big deal. Now, how do we get this bad little number distributed in the USA?

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