The plastic rails meander decoratively over the wall areas and their up and down course creates varying levels. Hooks, clips, rubber straps, baskets and system parts can be positioned within easy reach, at eye level and overhead. The possibilities for fixing multiply where the rails cross. In this way the concise structure takes the humdrum nature of storage and turns it into something special.
The kitchen block takes the formal idea and takes it to the third dimension. Gentle alcoves and angles result which structure the space and at the same time have a positive effect on the progression along the worktop. The concave sink area is shaped in line with the radius of action and in these convex zones the preparation can take place at affectionately close quarters. The cooking area projects so that there need be no worries that too many cooks will spoil the broth. The centre wall is also equipped with MultiMatic and becomes an area for hanging cooking utensils and personal items. The kitchen board repeats the interplay of the rising and flat surfaces, penetrates the lines of the functional rails and its unusual shape holds a multitude of possibilities for use.
The kitchen as a self-assured piece of furniture is the focal point of this study: it detaches itself from the wall to become an integral part of the living space. Cooking and the provision of all the things needed for it is presented artistically. In addition, the four functional sides of the island unit provide various options for connecting to other living areas and fixtures.