St. Pauli Kitchen is a minimalist kitchen located in Hamburg, Germany, designed by Gerdesmeyer Krohn. Space was the central theme in this kitchen project. Nearly six square meters were available with connections for water and electricity on the right side of the room. Despite the small size of space, various devices had to find their place. In the 2.5m long kitchenette are: oven, induction hob, washing machine, sink, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. On the left side of the room is a sideboard with enough space for plates, glasses, pots, cooking utensils and much more. To make the room a bit bigger and airier, the sideboard was mounted on the wall and floated above the floor. The worktop is on the same level as the kitchen and can be used as another work surface. In contrast to the gray linoleum and the clear design language, the kitchen fronts were made of pink-stained birch wood. This integrates the kitchen in the context of the charming old apartment and makes it a real eye-catcher.