Working in the spirit of the great German design tradition is Studio Stadtnomaden. Linda Altmann and Oliver Krapfased are the lead designers in this Stuttgart-based design haven. They’ve created numerous genius pieces (like the ‘little helper’ doormat and the coffee maker that looks like a transistor radio), but my personal favorite is the A la carte moveable kitchen system.

“The robust outer shells can be set into transport containers in which the finer wooden parts can be packed and transported safely. The cuts for handling also serve as a hidden access for the electrical appliances. Such details and the bisection of the back cover eliminate the need for machining even for water supply. Besides the adjustable feet a set of castors can be adapted.”

I adore the cutting board that acts as a bridge between the two modules. In Fantasyland, my kitchen is this clean, orderly and sleek. In reality I’m forced to admire my late 90s appliances…shhhhh.