The office kitchen: sliding doors create new rooms
Anyone who works also requires refreshment from time to time. But where are you going to put the kitchen if there is no separate room for it? Who wants to stare at a kitchen range all the time in the meeting room?
Raise the curtain, clear the stage – this picture gave the Häfele furnishing professionals the inspiration to develop an office kitchen in which you can work and take a break in the same room.
The office kitchen combines a working room with a relaxation room.
Sliding doors separate elegant working and kitchen areas
The sliding door plays a key part in this office kitchen. It has many good arguments on its side. It requires much less room than a hinged door when it is opened. If required a motor can be integrated which reacts to touch. This is welcome assistance, particularly with high, large or heavy doors. The soft close mechanism ensures that the fronts close gently and quietly.
Be it glass, reed or roots: thanks to a large selection of panels the sliding doors also harmonise skilfully into any environment. Fronts that can be used as a memo board for writing on are particularly useful in the office.
Sliding doors separate the working area and the kitchen area.
Fully fledged kitchen disappears behind the fronts
When the elegant fronts are pushed to the side, they reveal a well-equipped kitchen. There is also a generous amount of well-lit storage space here. The provisions and accessories are well organised in the spacious drawers and wall units. The minibar provides cooled drinks. The employees can leave their valuables in the safe deposit boxes during the working day, where they are secure.
In this way, you can enjoy your lunch in a relaxed atmosphere. When the break is over, the sliding doors are quickly closed again and nothing stands in the way of concentrated work.
Everything has its place, and disappears skilfully behind the sliding doors.