That’s how important modifications were finetuned which then revolutionised the concept of space, making it possible to plan new kitchen utilisation experiences.
Heights and depths
Height of the worktop
Depth of the worktop and height of the wall unit.
A traditional wall unit is usually installed at a height that prevents users from having a complete view of the objects located on the top shelf, making it difficult to use, especially for short people.
The 65 and 80-cm depths allow users to stand further away from the wall units which can now be lowered, making them more visible and accessible and increasing the space in front of them.
The 65 and 80-cm depths give users more space to work in, standing at a safe distance from sharp edges and wall units. That cooped up feeling is now cancelled, giving users more freedom of movement while improving the view of the worktop that can now be used to the full.
The evolution of ergonomics in the kitchen
Logica Theca has introduced a revolution in kitchens ergonomics by extending the depth of the kitchen from 65 to 80 cm. It consists in an equipped back section that is perfectly integrated with the worktop and whose content is fully visible and immediately accessible, including the chief work tools. By increasing the overall depth of the kitchen to 96 cm it is also possible to create an accessorised wall arrangement that stands on the worktop, behind which the equipped back section stands, and reaches maximum wall unit height.
Thanks to our New Logica system, each function has a place of its own and all the space available in the kitchen is fully exploited. 96 cm deep arrangements make room for an additional development: the wall unit can now stand on the worktop. Thus Air Logica is born, pairing easy access to the accessorised area with the ultimate storage capacity of the base units.