Design your own kitchen

The Kubiq Ezikit comes with a scanner for houseowners to identify the cost of each module used for their kitchen designs.

DESIGNING the kitchen is made easy for houseowners by Kubiq Sdn Bhd as its modular system called Ezikit can help them choose the right layout using moveable items.

Ezikit, a patented modular system, allows houseowners to move 3D kitchen miniature models according to their preference until they find the most suitable design for their kitchen.

Kubiq Sdn Bhd Sales manager Yvonne Soo said the company was the first in Malaysia to use such concept for kitchen designs.

“Ezikit is like a jigsaw puzzle where houseowners can arrange and construct their desired designs with experienced consultants to guide them.

“Houseowners will only need to measure their kitchen space, customise their own layout, and decide the position of the kitchen cabinets.

“This allows them to mix and match before installing all the essentials in their kitchen,” she said.

Kubiq will demonstrate the user-friendly Ezikit to visitors during the three-day Perfect Lifestyle ’14 Home and Living exhibition to be held at Setia City Convention Centre in Shah Alam from Dec 5 to 7.

There will be several counters at the Kubiq exhibition booth where visitors can try out the Ezikit.

“The Ezikit is equipped with a scanner and houseowners can also know the cost of their kitchen designs.

“If the designs exceeds one’s budget, the kitchen cabinet module can be removed.

“The concept caters for apartment and condominium owners where spaces are limited,” she said.

Kubiq offers extensive kitchen modules to choose from and houseowners can select three different cabinet door material which are melamine ABS, spray-painted as well as acrylic high-gloss door.

That aside, exhibition-goers can also customise their wardrobe to suit their needs at Kubiq’s exhibition booths.

The first 1,000 daily-registered-visitors to the Perfect Lifestyle ’14 exhibition in Shah Alam will walk away with a Perfect Lifestyle aluminium drinking water bottle each.

The exhibition opening hours are from 10am to 9pm. Admission is free.

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