Having done this in my old Unimog with a 5' interior ceiling (common for 1960-70's era ambulance and Comm. boxes) and knowing/ worked with- many who live life on a scooter or in a wheelchair.. this has open to me a bit of a unique experience in making low ceiling heights work. (aka- low cabinetry, cooking stations etc.) That and Degree's plus near life time spent applying Biomechanics to human movement.... which sorta lends to also above average understanding of ergonomics.. (damn too many big words) Anywayyyyy.
here is a rolling chair design I would recommend for average bloke with a low ambo ceiling
might need handrails to pull you around cause this type chair does NOT lend itself to using your feet to scoot you along. A fair trade off for the better posture. Structurally the sitting arrangement in such a chair uses inherent musculoskeletal structure while putting alignment thru your bones that is closer to standing than sitting in a chair or on a stool would. Granted would take some getting use to .... cause it would require strengthening of postural muscles.... which is good for you anyway.
still though for cooking Id suggest a rubber lab apron type thing for protection from hot spills.
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Cabinets,Flooring, Beds and Shelves - Inside the box for comfortable living
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