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Aesthetics is defined as ‘a set of principles concerned with the nature and appreciation of beauty’. This is what you feel when you see Hachiko modular kitchen.

Great pain is being taken in designing each portion, each component and each area of your beautiful kitchen.

There is huge difference between ‘an assembled kitchen’ and a ‘designed kitchen’. One can very easily fit different parts, different colors and different material to assemble a kitchen.

But at Hachiko,we take pride in ‘a designed premier kitchen’ that our customers love.

Selection of material. Finish of the part. Texture. Color combinaions. All these are taken into account & then used in whole kitchen design.

That’s the reason you never find anything ‘odd’ or ‘standing out’ in premium kitchen designed by us.

Everything is synchronized with everything else just like great sonnet.

Best of all, all this is done by keeping you and your family in the center of whole design.

You almost feel that you own the kitchen and you feel at ease every time you enter in your kitchen.

We give aesthetics priority by keeping in mind functionality and ergonomics of your kitchen.

The linear kitchen

This is the most compact solution for arranging the various elements of the kitchen (sinks, appliances, storage units, etc.). It is advisable to use this type of composition above all if you have a long and narrow space. The size should however fall within certain limits; otherwise there is a risk of creating disproportioned spaces that are not very functional. With this configuration the plumbing, gas and electrical attachments are all located along the same wall.

Corner kitchen

The corner layout is one of the most functional configurations with regards to the distances between the refrigerator, sink and hob. In fact it is easy to create an ideal triangle with this configuration, inside which a person can move easily and always have everything within easy reach. If the space you have is compatible with this configuration ,we make it sure to create logical connections between the different functional areas in order to make your cooking easier and more functional.

Kitchen with central island unit

If you have enough space for it, the kitchen layout with a central island unit is the optimum solution. It provides a broad freedom of movement as well as the pleasure of working and cooking whilst facing the living area instead of a wall. We recommend this configuration where there is a large amount of space available. If you decide to place the hob and/or the sink on the central island unit, several measures must be taken: there must be space for the suspended extractor hood and the outlets for the gas and water pipes, as well as the electrical wiring, must be positioned in the centre of the room.

Kitchen with peninsula unit

One of the latest trends is joining the kitchen space with the living area to create an open-space environment that demands great adaptability of the modular kitchen. The open space becomes the focal point of the home, Hachiko kitchens are modern kitchens also in the way they are able to reflect this evolution of the living space. They allow you to customise and articulate the daytime area, to integrate functions and coordinate elements, modules and materials. It is possible to coordinate the look of the living area with that of the kitchen space, providing aesthetic continuity and at the same time offering specific functional elements for each area of the space.

U-shaped kitchens

In this type of composition the kitchen occupies three walls and can be integrated with central island units. The three sides of the composition can each be dedicated to a specific function, also providing a broad work surface for each operating area. For this type of kitchen, the room must be quite large (minimum recommended width 400cm).

The parallel kitchen

As with the linear kitchen, the parallel kitchen offers the advantage of being able to locate all the plumbing, gas and electrical connections on one wall. There are no restrictions on the lengths of the equipped walls however. In order to make the most of this feature, choose a configuration in which the operating areas are all concentrated on one wall and use the other one for storage. It can be awkward and not very functional to have two work areas opposite one another: you would need to make unnatural twisting movements to go from one work surface to the other. This type of solution is particularly well suited for kitchens that are used exclusively for preparing food

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