designer's own words:"Conveyor belt" A 3.15m length of wall was to available for the fitted kitchen. The unit fronts, painted in dark to pale orange, depict a conveyor belt that rises from the floor, intersected by the HPL-coated counter, and disappears into the ceiling. The lower two corpusses of the conveyor belt accommodate four drawers, the third a microwave oven, whilst the corpus above this houses shelf units, each with two shelves. To avoid disrupting the overall picture, a dishwasher with a hidden control panel was chosen. With the cooker at its deepest point, the counter projects up to 1.5m into the room, so that the cooker can be used from 2.5 sides. The work surfaces are arrenged diagonally, enabling cooks to work face to face, thus encouraging communication. Space is provided below the sink for a bin, as well as storage of cleaning utensils. All visible sides are constructed of MDF and surface-coated with PUR lacquers.