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, a wall mounted microwave in a cupboard that can lower to worktop height, and a rise and fall dining table. 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 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.