Cream Acrylic Wheelchair Accessible Kitchen 20155161 - Pullouts
This kitchen is a fully accessible flexible kitchen designed by Adam Thomas of Design Matters. Designed for wheelchair access. The kitchen has acrylic doors and brushed steel bar handles for comfortable use with impaired grip. Two of the wall units in this kitchen come down to worktop height for access. The large l-shaped worktop is fully height adjustable and has a raised edge on all four sides to contain hot spills and reduce the risk of injury. The integrated sink is special depth to enable good wheelchair access to the sink. Note the complete absence of trailing wires and plumbing supplies under worktop height. They are contained in a space behind the modesty panel. There are safety stops on all four edges of the rise and fall units, including the bottom edge of the modesty panel, to protect feet and wheelchair footplates. The tall units to the left contain a pullout larder, an integrated fridge freezer and a Neff oven where the door folds into a space beneath the oven cavity. Under the oven is a pullout shelf suitable for safe transferring of hot pans. On the right of the image, pullouts have been used below worktop height for sorting bins, storage and drawers for better access. Photographs by Jonathan Smithies Photography. Copyright Design Matters KBB Ltd. All rights reserved.