Contemporary kitchen designed for a full-time electric wheelchair user by Adam Thomas of Design Matters KBB Ltd. The kitchen has a large rise and fall worktop with front-mounted controls, and a wall mounted microwave in a cupboard that can lower to worktop height. The extractor has a remote control for full access and the sink area is designed in a sold surface material to the precise depth required by the client, with a raised edge on all four sides of the worktop to contain hot spills. The kitchen cabinets are rigid-built for strength, and the doors are acrylic, which stands up well to knocks and scrapes from wheelchairs. This close-up shot shows the pullout larder, which gives excellent access to stored foods from a seated position. This fully accessible kitchen is flexible enough to adapt to changes of wheelchair and/or cushion and is also comfortable for carers and other members of the family to use. Photographs by Jonathan Smithies Photography. Copyright Design Matters KBB Ltd. All rights reserved.