A kitchen to suit you and your lifestyle! It’s the ‘you’ and the ‘your’ that’s important
A properly planned kitchen saves time and shortens distances. Use Zone Planning to define the requirements for the five work zones.
ERGONOMIC kitchens reduce effort and increase comfort. If you want everything within easy reach, follow the DYNAMIC SPACE planning approach. The Five kitchen zones are, Consumables (GREY)Non-Consumables (GREEN)Cleaning (BLUE)Preparation (YELLOW) and Cooking (RED).
Smooth workflows are possible in every kitchen.
Every kitchen can be divided into five work zones – regardless of size or shape. For right-handed people, the consumables, non-consumables, cleaning, preparation and cooking zones are arranged clockwise. If you’re left-handed, it’s the other way around.
The Single Row kitchen, for areas with only one fixed wall. Tall cabinets and wide drawers are ideal for this kitchen design as they give more storage space.
A Galley kitchen is designed to make the best use of the available area. Plan a distance of at least 1.2 metres between the two lines of cabinetry. This allows unrestricted access to the cabinets.
L-shaped kitchens, flexible in many ways. The Peter Hay corner cabinet using the LE MANS movement. Gives full access to storage space in the rear of the cabinet.
If the two lines of cabinetry are long enough to provide a suitable walking path, you can include a dining table.
G-shaped kitchens, for larger areas. With an extra return of cabinetry, the G-shaped kitchen requires space. Focus on retaining a workflow.
The G-shaped kitchen provides the largest amount of storage area and bench surface.
The U-shaped kitchen, best suited for ideal path routes in the kitchen. The U-shaped kitchen suits small and larger rooms. Provides great workflow and work surface area, as well as good storage options.
SPACE CORNER for U-shaped kitchens. Provides an excellent storage concept for the corner areas in the U-shape design.
The Island kitchen, an open-plan living area dream. It is no surprise this kitchen shape is so popular.
The Island kitchen provides two separate work surfaces and storage areas. Retains workflow and proximity to high work areas. Islands also give an informal dining area.