More than a barrier-free kitchen
The Kistag kitchen builders show how a kitchen can meet very different needs with a successful example in Schüpfheim.
When a kitchen is used both by a person who is dependent on a wheelchair and by people without a wheelchair, this poses very special challenges for the kitchen design. For example, central elements must be easily accessible from different heights and the work surfaces must be adjustable in height. In addition, the wheelchair must have enough space between the kitchen elements and the kitchen cabinets must be arranged so that they can be opened easily from the wheelchair.
So the kitchen specialists at Kistag literally changed perspectives and thought about a kitchen in a completely new way. This was exciting, interesting and instructive. Among other things, they opted for a worktop that can be adjusted in height and for upper units that can be lowered. The result is a kitchen that not only offers the client maximum benefits and added value, but is also visually impressive. At Kistag, individual solutions know no bounds.