In today's Who-Knew-This-Existed we have a round sink with two built-in cutting boards, a colander, and a prep bowl that all —wait for it— spin. Yup, it's a lazy susan sink, and the faucet is installed right in the middle. So, let's discuss: genius small space idea or totally impractical?
Funny the things you come across while trawling the internet. Tim Odom of Atlanta's Kitchen and Bath Artisans installed this sink into a client's kitchen. He notes here that the kitchen was basically designed around the sink, which he discovered in Sweden. (Apparently the design is now discontinued.)
From the photos it looks like the triangular chopping boards and stainless steel colander and prep bowls fit into the lip of the sink, and can be lifted out when not in use to give access to the whole sink. But in the meantime, just give the ol' girl a spin when you're cooking to access whatever you need!
The mind boggles a little. Is this brilliant and we should all have one in our small kitchens, or is it a good idea gone wrong? Discuss.
Via Goods Home Design
(Images: Kitchen and Bath Artisans via Goods Home Design)