Chop Chop Kitchen by Dirk Biotto

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The designer Dirk Biotto has projected Chop Chop Kitchen with the intention to help elderly and disabled people. Analyzing the current activities developed in a kitchen to prepare food, the designer has concluded that they have a higher degree of complexity than it seems at first sight and may raise difficulties for the people mentioned above. Chop Chop Kitchen is equipped with a kitchen countertop whose height can be adjusted and the vertical wall of the kitchen is perforated allowing to hang utensils. All items are on hand for the on going activity from the kitchen and they are stored in plain sight.

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The interior of the sink is sloped to facilitate the removal of the objects after they are washed. Washing the dishes is easier with the help of an extendable hose. The worktop is fitted with a niche that helps slicing the bread and a built-in grater makes easier the scraping of the fruits and vegetables that after scraping are collected in a drawer. A movable and adjustable segment from the worktop, allows the fixing of the jars and bottles, this way accidents are being avoided. If until now you haven’t cooked, Kitchen Chop Chop can encourage you to find the preparation of some recipes very relaxing and pleasant.

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