Wednesday May 27, 2020

Adjustable kitchen on show in design fair

An Irish company which shut down during the recession is to reopen its doors next week, after inventing the world’s first automated height-adjustable kitchen.

7th May, 2011

An Irish company which shut down during the recession is to reopen its doors next week, after inventing the world’s first automated height-adjustable kitchen.

The ‘elevation plinth’, which allows the user to control the height of kitchen fittings ergonomically, is the brainchild of Per Ploug of Danish Kitchen Designs.

It will be first shown at the Interior Design and Arts Fair at the RDS this week.

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