Mosby Building Arts
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Belleville, IL Accessible Kitchen

A homeowner in a wheelchair finally gets a kitchen that is just as handsome as it accessible. Featuring automated pull-down cabinets, and chair-height eating and cooking areas.
Winner of a 2015 Chrysalis Award: http://chrysalisawards.com/remodeler/Mosby/15universal.html
Project Year: 2014
Country: United States
Zip Code: 62221
Others who worked on this project: Toby Weiss
An Accessible Kitchen
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A kitchen designed to be highly functional from wheelchair height is as handsome as it is accessible. Wall cabinets lower and rise with the press of a button on the base cabinets. The island has a cooktop with leg room under and a retractable butcher block shelf for food prep. Base cabinets have pull-out trays with electrical outlets for small appliances. To the right of the re...More
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A kitchen designed to be highly functional from wheelchair height is as handsome as it is accessible. There is open knee-space under the sink and counters. The kitchen island has one level for cooking and a lower-level counter that doubles as dining or workspace. Armstrong Alterna vinyl tile flooring is perfect for wheelchairs and blends seamlessly with the existing ahrdwood f...More
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A kitchen designed to be highly functional from wheelchair height is as handsome as it is accessible. Wall cabinets lower and rise with the press of a button on the base cabinets. The island has a cooktop with leg room under and a retractable butcher block shelf for food prep. Base cabinets have pull-out trays with electrical outlets for small appliances. To the right of the re...More
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A kitchen designed to be highly functional from wheelchair height is as handsome as it is accessible. Note the pull-out tray for the Crock-pot, which includes its own electrical outlet for convenience. A Fisher & Paykel dishwasher drawer is easy access for everyone. Photo by Toby Weiss for Mosby Building Arts.
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A kitchen designed to be highly functional from wheelchair height is as handsome as it is accessible. The bi-level island has a dining-height counter on one side, and this side is for food prep. A Sharp microwave, Jenn-Air induction cooktop with a Viking pop-up exhaust fan are easy to access from a wheelchair. A retractable table made of butcher block creates an additional wo...More
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A kitchen designed to be highly functional from wheelchair height is as handsome as it is accessible. Wall cabinets lower and rise with the press of a button on the base cabinets. The island has a cooktop with leg room under and a retractable butcher block shelf for food prep. Base cabinets have pull-out trays with electrical outlets for small appliances. To the right of the re...More
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A kitchen designed to be highly functional from wheelchair height is as handsome as it is accessible. The wall cabinets are by Wellborn, and are connected to a Freedom Lift System, which raises and lowers the cabinets with the press of a button mounted on the base cabinets. The Elkay Gourmet Lusterton stainless sink has an ADA-approved depth of 5.5". Photo by Toby Weiss for Mo...More
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A kitchen designed to be highly functional from wheelchair height is as handsome as it is accessible. Wall cabinets lower and rise with the press of a button on the base cabinets. The island has a cooktop with leg room under and a retractable butcher block shelf for food prep. Base cabinets have pull-out trays with electrical outlets for small appliances. To the right of the re...More
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A kitchen designed to be highly functional from wheelchair height is as handsome as it is accessible. The floor has a seamless transition from vinyl tile to hardwood. Photo by Toby Weiss for Mosby Building Arts.
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