“The name of the lift really says it all,” says Petra with a smile. “Both our partners and our customers have been requesting a smaller lift than those currently on the market which is still spacious enough to be practical. Our development team and our designer Alexander Lervik needed to think creatively to make the lift as space-efficient as possible. Just above floor level on the back wall of the lift we boxed out a small space where wheelchair users can slide their feet so a small wheelchair can fit comfortably inside. We also developed DesignPanels, acoustic grey felt panels made from recycled bottles that line the lift shaft behind the back wall to ensure a silent ride.
“We also made sure the Aritco HomeLift Compact includes the latest technology and works seamlessly with the Aritco SmartLift App which supports maintenance and security. It’s not just a very elegant and stylish lift—it’s been designed to be completely compatible with the smart home of the future,” concludes Petra.