It’s pretty unbelievable what is able to pass as an “apartment” these days. One of the key requirements of a modern apartment, obviously, is that it has a kitchen (is that so much to ask for?).
I know people here in NYC who live in glorified closets, with kitchens consisting of a sink, a hotplate and a fold out ironing board that doubles as a counter. For anyone who’s living in similar circumstances, I’d suggest looking to this foldable kitchen for inspiration on how to save some space.
This folding masterpiece, made by David Derksen, is a semi-permanent kitchen intended for temporary housing or outdoor use. The wooden framework, which is only about a foot wide when it’s folded up, expands to 7 feet and locks in place once the sink component is put inside.