If there's anything to be learned from the people who convert old barns, churches and warehouses into houses, it's that any space can be a home if you just add in the right components. But while it's easy to add some furniture for a bedroom and a living room, making a kitchen can often be a bit more of a chore. If you don't have much space, the problem is compound even more.
Thanks to Remo Zimmerli's Kochinsel, which translates to Kitchen Island, you can now bring a kitchen into any space and manage to take up as little space as possible at the same time. That's because the Koschinsel is a mobile kitchen on wheels that can roll wherever you need it and be rolled into a corner when you don't need it.
The Kochinsel doesn't even require a gas line or electrical unit for the small stove and oven because it has a built-in gas tank that allows it to be used whenever wherever. With cupboards, cooking surfaces and ample counter space, the only things you'll need to make a great meal are fresh ingredients -though we suggest having access to a sink and a refrigerator as well so you can wash your hands and dishes and store your perishables.
If you ever rent a studio apartment or even a place that used to be an office space, you can move in and with nothing more than a bathroom, a mini-fridge and the Kochinsel, you can immediately start prepping fantastic homemade meals in the comfort of your own home...no matter how strange or small that home happens to be. In fact, if you have a Kochinsel and Zimmerli's Living Cube, you're halfway on your way to having your entire living space sorted out.