Invisible City’s Incunabular Collection reviewed by Design Lovers Blog

Invisible City and Simon Moorhouse would like to thank the team at Design Lovers for their kind words about the Incunabular Collection exhibited at Tent London, London Design Festival.  Article and link below:

Invisible City | Design Lovers | Tent LondonHaving a kitchen that is both functional and aesthetic is the dream for most homeowners and even those living in rental spaces. It’s not so much about the pure appearances of kitchens, but how intelligent design choices can truly transform the look and feel of your space, look at the ones in this website and choose your favorite This also includes the purpose and functionality of your kitchen, since design impacts everything. In this blog, we’ll focus on one key aspect of every modern kitchen: cabinets. Since people can’t afford large cellars and pantries in their homes—they’re not even necessary anymore—there needs to be sufficient storage space. This is what cabinets offer.
Organization and Storage
Elaborating on this seemingly obvious use of cabinets, the fact of the matter is that cabinets also offer convenient storage spaces. They’re a clever way of making use of existing spaces, such us under your counter-top and stove, to be mounted on walls and not typically as a standalone feature. This allows a lot of room without giving the feeling of being overwhelmed or looking too crowded. Cabinets with multiple shelves let you store more items such as seasoning, cutlery, crockery, jars and various other items that aren’t perishable. Invisible City | Design Lovers | Simon Moorhouse | London Festival