In the inner city of Stockholm is located an original attic which is part of a small apartment arranged on two levels. It has as its owner a design enthusiast bachelor, which has decided to arrange the night area in the lower floor and the living one in the crawl space, in order to enjoy the beautiful panorama. In the space used as a kitchen and as a living area, Minà collection is the protagonist. A mini island with washing area and hob is accompanied by three fully-equipped columns. A suggestive lunch corner has been obtained next to a recess that is used as a bench. A unique environment where each element carries out its own function, without limit the space.
The small island is fitted with a sink area and induction cooktop. The two sides can be opened to create additional worktops or small tables for snacks. In this example, it is paired with black metal Paris stools.
Featuring a combination of Grigio Fornace and Nero Carbone finishes, the kitchen is composed of a “mini” Minà island and three equipped tall units.
The Frame table in black lacquered wood and the matt black Paris chairs and Pots light fixture create an elegant contrast with the bright space that features large windows.