A spacious feel to a compact kitchen. The designers’ brief was to create a feel of space without omitting any luxuries and the designer has delivered this impeccably. The sleek, straight line encompasses the hob and the sink allowing the space to be saturated with light. The shallow depth units provide the much needed worktop space but it is the ingenuity of the designer to place in the same run the ovens with half protrusion creating minimal loss of space and maximum impact. This is executed exquisitely.
An Eggersmann ‘Dark Concrete’ kitchen coupled with the Torino Door in light bronze marry thoroughly. There is contrast and complementary tones through out the kitchen. The framed shadow gap detail around the ovens helps to create another dimension of depth.
Drink anyone? A fully stocked bar is not the only impressive feature of this space. Rotpunkt furniture in dark steel married with the marble, with its deep veins provides not only the warmth but also the character. The mitred worktop edges with the panels provides subtle but highly impressive detail.
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