Imagine you have space in your house, that you call “my kitchen”… But is it a real kitchen, and is it …yours? Is it ergonomically designed with you in mind, is it effectively positioned in your living area, is it saving electricity and water? Nowadays the kitchen — unlike most other rooms in the home — is a workplace. The job of preparing, serving, and cleaning up after meals gets done there. Making that environment to fit you is the most critical factor in your satisfaction with your kitchen.
Ergonomics aims at making this work more efficient, faster, more pleasant, and less fatiguing by improving the interface between the human body and the things we need to interact with to get work done. But we also incorporate efficiency by selecting the most cost-effective and energy-saving solution, so your level of satisfaction will reach a new high.