Kitchen designed to remain hidden

kitchen designed to remain hidden

frontage kitchen furniture

The Minosa Design designers demonstrate originality with this kitchen designed to stay out of sight when not in use. The only space we reveal today is in a former home of the Victorian era which is located in Sydney, Australia.


It is owned by a young couple with a child who had a somewhat unusual wish: to make them completely invisible kitchen!

Idea to hide a kitchen by Design Minosa

hide kitchen

Being big fans of French style houses, the owners of this house were determined to introduce touches of this style in their Australian residence. They imagined a clear and bright kitchen that can offer all the necessary comfort for a young couple and, at the same time, blend easily into the décor.

integrated and hidden kitchen with marble surfaces

kitchen furniture hidden

The solution envisaged by the designers Minosa? Develop an integrated kitchen and hid in closets with a look influenced by the design of the Parisian residences. To do this, they used a façade painted in white and marble of the same color to the work plans. The central island, left alone element visible in this space, is also manufactured by means of this material. Iif is complemented by a top in oak, playing the role of a bar counter.

Built-in white kitchen with center island by Minosa Design

white kitchen built-in furniture

The creation of the original interior has asked an important planning work: it had to consider in particular the lighting of the integrated electrical equipment and ventilation.


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