Design collective MoMang’s Q-Cina Outdoor Kitchen on Wheels takes its inspiration from a traditional street-food cart. “Uniquely charming, the outdoor kitchen can bring a festival feeling to any outdoor gathering,” advises the Conran Shop.
Photography courtesy of The Conran Shop.
Above: An Outdoor Kitchen on Wheels has a tubular steel frame and wood countertops made from okoume trees native to Africa. It measures 60 centimeters wide by 180 centimeters long by 190 centimeters high and is £3,000 from the Conran Shop.
Above: The portable kitchen has fittings for hob burners (burners not included).
Above: A sink has a removable wooden cover.
Above: The sink drains into a pail on a lower shelf.
Above: The outdoor kitchen comes with hooks for utensils and two chopping boards.
Above: A yellow canvas canopy provides shade and protection on rainy days.
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