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Brief Published: 21 Aug 2012

Critter by Elia Mangia


Italian industrial designer Elia Mangia has created Critter, a compact mobile kitchen and workstation. Most parts of the freestanding kitchen are modular and the whole unit, which is held together by just eight screws, can be taken apart in just a few easy steps.

Measuring 240cm x 65cm, it is remarkably smaller than a regular kitchen, but retains the most important components, featuring a stove, sink, garbage disposal unit and worktop. The kitchen’s mobility means it can be used outdoors, while its sleek and contemporary aesthetic allows it to sit comfortably inside the home too. 

Critter will be produced and sold through Italian company Skitsch. The release date and price are yet to be announced. 

Elia Mangia