“Thanks to Nathan we have a bespoke kitchen that we are truly proud of! We were particularly pleased with Nathan’s eye for detail and his ability to run his part of the project as we were living abroad and unable to participate in the day-to-day decisions.”
A bespoke kitchen and integrated lighting design project for a new extension.
The client’s original vision initiated a highly minimal design to complement the modernised interior architecture.
The design has a pared-back aesthetic with very clean lines, warm undertones and chic detailing.
Its linear form is clearly defined with one wall of uniformed cabinets and parallel island. There is no interruption from the bespoke aluminium plinths, which create the appearance of a lighter kitchen by subtly separating the kitchen form from the floor.
A tall cupboard and shelving conceal an unseen steel beam, from which the island protrudes.
The island is a transitional piece, seamlessly marrying the kitchen and opposite living space: integrated cook top, drawers and breakfast bar seating one side, and an integrated TV and sound bar, to be viewed from the sofa, the other side.
Chic details stylise the design: dark iron oxide-inspired worktops and splashback with metallic sheen, stainless steel shelf, antique mirror and aluminium edging on the doors and shelves.
Concealed LED lighting, down the various shelving areas and above the sink, cast a warm linear glow.
The seamless kitchen design reflects the same seamless transition from interior to exterior living.
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“Nathan’s attention to detail and ability to work and coordination with our architects and tradesmen was first class.”