Designer Alejandra Calderon steps up to solve the age-old problem of kitchens just being far too rigid. Challenging the designated use of space within the home, the architect’s latest project tears up the rule book to create a selection of fluid work stations that can be pulled apart, moved around and exploited in different ways.
Made up of three different modules, the ‘liberation of the kitchen’ challenges the idea of an accepted domestic set-up. A Guatemalan architect, Calderon designed the modules to cover different purposes necessary to the kitchen, with the stackable pieces offering a variety of ways for owners to engage with them.
Free to everyone, the blueprints – available here – encourage a DIY approach to creating a kitchen out of the kitchen.