For family sitting around the table, or simply your own laptop for reference, a computer in the kitchen has is growing more common. This clever workstation has a built-in feature not only to charge your machine but to spare it spilled sauces as well, among other surprises.
Like other objects by Schulte Design, a German furniture company, the essential shape is minimal, letting the materials, craftsmanship and designer details make their own statement.
Attuned to contemporary usage scenarios, their pieces manage to mix timeless aesthetics and contextual necessities, like lower-level storage shelves and hidden electrical sockets.
Other table stations in their lineup also follow in their tradition of sliding elements and hidden spaces. Detail examples range subtle flush-fitting drawers for home cooking to seamless expanding panels covering steel cooking surfaces for commercial kitchens.