This is perhaps the singularly most complex kitchen we have ever undertaken. Every element had to work perfectly with every other.
This is perhaps the singularly most complex kitchen we have ever undertaken. Every element had to work perfectly with every other. It goes without saying the standard of cabinetry, materials and finishes had to be second to none.
The true success behind the kitchen is the design and the way each detail flows with another. There are five different finishes with five different materials, yet all these elements combine in such harmony that entering the room is like walking into a work of art.
Design details were incorporated to bridge the gap between the traditional nature of the building with the more contemporary functionality of a working kitchen. The Sub Zero & Wolf appliances, whilst not only fabulous in purpose, look sensational.
The Solid American black walnut worktops of the island remind you of the beautiful natural materials that play a big part in this kitchen. Mesh centrepieces to the shaker doors demonstrate the transition between classic and contemporary.