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Managing Director – Richard Carter
The kitchen was to form part of a redevelopment of a London property by Studio Indigo, an accomplished Architects practice based in the city. The brief was to create a space that would provide the future owners with a ‘showstopping’ kitchen that combined the very best appliances with sleek, modern design.
The kitchen was to incorporate a seated area to allow for social interactions with the cook, functional storage space and smoothly flow into the adjoining living space.
Modern, sleek appearance
Interesting use of materials
Space for guests to sit and dine
Highest quality appliances
To create the modern look required by the client we chose to blend bulthaup b3 furniture with a bulthaup b2 workbench.
The choice of clean white lacquer fronts with aluminium edging emphasises the shut lines and provides a strong, structural feel to the furniture arrangement. A darker, narrow, contrasting composite stone worktop accentuates the horizontal lines leading the eye around the room.
Finished in stainless steel, the bulthaup b2 workbench provides an interesting focus point for the room illuminated by decorative Tobias Grau LED lighting.
White glass fills the wall space behind the gas hob cooktop and reflects natural light from the window back into the room. The ‘chunky’ styling of the Gaggenau extractor complements the wall mounted, glass fronted, storage boxes and features spotlights to light the hob.
Carl Hansen CH56 stools complete the room allowing guests to take a seat and chat over a glass of wine whilst dinner is prepared.