When living in small apartments, urban dwellers often have to reconfigure their spaces so that they are more efficient and functional. Modular designs are often a good solution: they adapt to the space that's available and they can expand or contract over time, and suit the kitchen particularly well: a household's cooking and storage needs can change overnight when roommates or grown children move out.
Mexico City design firm LC-MX created this beautiful modern and modular kitchen system just for that reason. Nicknamed Latifolia, it's made out of a self-supporting steel structure, and can support wooden shelves in a wide configuration of positions, depending on what is needed: more or less storage to place kitchenware or appliances.
No word unfortunately on the whether the woods are sustainably sourced, or the cost, but it's nevertheless a functional and elegant design for a kitchen system that can adapt with one's ever-changing needs. Find out more at LC-MX.