Chop Chop Kitchen for Everyone by Dirk Biotto
Industrial designer Dirk Biotto designed the Chop Chop Kitchen to have both aesthetic aesthetics and an easy-to-use station that is accessible to the physically challenged, with limited mobility and wheelchair users. It is an adaptable kitchen that combines traditional elements with modern design and industrial functionality.
The sink has a chopping board that fits over it and the chopping board is covered with a linear pattern of cavities to facilitate draining. The sink mixer has a long gooseneck with detachable hose for easy maneuverability. ,
The backsplash is pre-drilled with pinholes so it can be easily customized with accessories and kitchen utensils.
There’s even a funnel grater with a drawer underneath to catch the grates – pretty awesome.
The counter is a thick butcher block plate and sits on a white, powder-coated steel floor, leaving room under the counter for wheelchair users or additional storage space.
The cutting board can even be used as a crockery basket if you only want to wash a few dishes at the same time.
If you prefer to dry your dishes by hand, there is also a towel rack on the side, industrial designer Dirk Biotto has thought of everything!