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Kitchen of the Week: Tiny Kitchens from Japan, Micro Apartment Edition

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Kitchen of the Week: Tiny Kitchens from Japan, Micro Apartment Edition

July 26, 2018

Spotted recently: impossibly tiny kitchens from Japanese company Sanwa, designed for micro-living, each fitted with the basics: a sink, cooktop, counter space, and storage. Here’s a look.

Sanwa exhibited the new, all-in-one kitchen designs at &#8
Above: Sanwa exhibited the new, all-in-one kitchen designs at “The Impact of Compact” at this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan. The compact Ceragino kitchen with an oxidized metal base, shown, is made in Japan. “A sophisticated and beautiful shape is created by technique of Japanese craftsmanship and a passion for details,” the company says.
Another view of the Ceragino, with its exceptionally small footprint.
Above: Another view of the Ceragino, with its exceptionally small footprint.
The Pattina has a matte black frame and wood-clad front. According to the company, &#8
Above: The Pattina has a matte black frame and wood-clad front. According to the company, “The design that leaves space between the floor and cabinet expresses a sophisticated delicacy and levitating lightness.” The Pattina, like many of the designs, has Italian ceramic tile counters.
A stainless-steel version, the Grad45, has &#8
Above: A stainless-steel version, the Grad45, has “a stylish sink with sharp corners” and special attention to the fastenings and edges.
And, a complete kitchen that mounts on the wall: the SC0data-src=
Above: And, a complete kitchen that mounts on the wall: the SC01 compact kitchen.

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