The principle of a minimalist kitchen is above all to be functional. To do this, you need to adapt your kitchen to your needs and habits.
There are different configurations for different uses. You can for example in a very minimalist style, if you have the space, opt for a storage wall, with an accumulation of closed columns from floor to ceiling so as not to crush the room. Then add a central island for the worktop, cooking area and sink. This makes it possible to have an almost completely hidden kitchen.
You can also choose a framed kitchen, with a worktop in the belly of a wall, high and low units and columns on the sides.
There are also linear kitchens without wall units for a feeling of minimalism.