Convenient features highlight this open kitchen design. They are centered around an elaborate island, where even a big group of people can work. Either end can be adjoined by the adjustable modules. Like this, you can cook in a way that does not hurt your back.
In order to keep a disturbing extractor hood from interfering in your field of view or communication,
a hood that fits into the module and draws the steam backwards, was set up here.
The opposite working space module is the jack-of-all-trades. It can be used to have your breakfast or do some homework while seated, to prepare your meals at an individual ergonomic standing height, or to let the day come to an end with a glass of wine or a cold beer at a comfortable counter height.
All your appliances will be skillfully hidden in the parallel side cabinet, and a practical pull-out shelf can be used to set down your shopping bags.
The sink is integrated into the wall-mounted base unit and appears like a piece of household furniture with its "floating" look. And even the sink module in this base unit is adjustable to protect your back.
The fronts of the island are decorated with subtle yet elegant glass. The MATA front is made of a white lacquered finish and satin glass and connects with the walnut-colored TIMBA front of real wood veneer on the side cabinet and the wall unit mounted over the base unit. Wild oak and carbon oak are two alternatives from the TIMBA front assortment. The MATA front is available in white, ultra white, magnolia white, and cashmere.