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The working triangle is a set of imaginary lines between the three most used spaces in the kitchen: the oven, sink and fridge.
"Zoning" different areas of the kitchen according to activity also provides a good basis for planning. A clever layout ensures efficient movement around the kitchen
In Asia, up to 15 kg of rice is kept in pull-outs in the kitchen.
The working triangle was developed in the 1940s and is still used as a guiding principle in kitchen planning today.
For many people, a charging station for smartphones, tablets and other devices is already a fixture in the kitchen.
Many French kitchens have a special pull-out for baguettes.