A modern luxury kitchen designed with three different heights to enable the wheelchair dependent client to prepare and cook food easily with her family. The mixed materials and textures in this kitchen design create interest, and contrast with the dark slatted wood incorporated by the architects throughout the ground floor.
The mixed materials and textures create a striking contrast to the stained wood slatting. Sterling Grey cabinetry and durable Dekton Keon worktops add to the wow factor.
catering for your needS
Designed and arranged to fit you.
We all have different needs. To ensure your kitchen works well for every member of the family, make ergonomics a priority.
We pay special attention to worktop heights and flow; in this kitchen there are three different surface heights and plenty of space for movement from zone to zone.
And consider the ‘reach’- the sink in this kitchen was custom made with a shallow depth to ensure the client could easily wash up from sitting in her wheelchair, though higher open shelves were placed for decorative elements.
Small details add practical benefit; a protective lip on the worktops prevents drips and over spills, whilst a row of pull-out stone surfaces underneath each oven enables this wheelchair user to easily move hot ovenware from the ovens to the serving area.