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Following on from the crisis furniture, we made the crisis kitchen; a simple plywood kitchen with an eye for detail. The stainless steel edging with which all the fronts are finished, demand higher dimensional stability than sheet material alone. The appearance of simplicity is deceiving. The stainless steel edges and the further use of stainless steel, including for the runners, are beneficial to the durability of the kitchen. Instead of a shiny eye-catcher that exudes luxury, like so many kitchens, the crisis kitchen is a working kitchen where a lot of attention has secretly been paid to reliability and functionality.
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