Coleman stoves have been around forever; the green metal two-burners have been staples of car camping, if a little bit heavy for canoe trips or hiking. Now they have mashed it together with a storage section; when you unfold it you have room for plates, cutlery, condiments and spices and a cutting board.
a "Hard anodized sink/basin with moveable sections for customizable storage bins is inside the lid and doubles as food cover/warmer."
I can see someone getting away with this in small spaces; instead of having to devote permanent space to the kitchen, one can just open it up when they need it. Or perhaps a more elegant version for New York apartments where cooking is such a rarity that it might as well be in the closet rather than taking up space. Put this together with a thermo-electric cooler and it might be all the kitchen some people need. via ::Neu Black
See our roundup of small kitchens in TreeHugger:
The Best Small Kitchen Designs for Cooking Large and Living Small
Other kitchen ideas in TreeHugger:
Less is More: Modular Kitchen Concept by Fevzi Karaman
Compacta All-in-One Kitchen Island: It's All There
Can Big Kitchens Be Green?
For the Space-Conscious Gourmand: "Liberty Island" Fold-Out Stove
The Ethical Kitchen: Recycle, Compost, Be Ethical, All At Once