- working heights for stove, countertop and sink should be adapted to the body height directly at planning and installation of the kitchen or through variable working heights by a lift system.
- for wheelchair users to drive underneath stove, countertop and sink should be possible.
- stove, countertop and sink should arranged closed together and in a diaogonal way
- easy access to the cabinet content with individual storage space and storage options
- drawers with smooth-running rails
- more visible through full or part glazing doors and glass shelves in overhead cabinets
- movable elements and furniture by them self
- Safety combines with modern design
- All kitchens can be retrofitted and chanced for more accessibility
Improvements and notes
- The dining table as an area in the kitchen is a large benefit: in addition to use as a preparation table socialising in kitchen and cooking together is possible.
- Specified disabled, wheelchair-accessible kitchen through Furnishing, height-adjustable work surfaces and lowerable cabinets systems
- A lift system that enables cabinets and worktops to be adjusted to the required height makes the work much easier and more enjoyable.
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