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Kitchen: Steel frame powder-coated in RAL 9005, Oak veneer fronts stained ebony on a birch plywood core.
Solid stainless steel work top.
Dulwich Village was the location of this 1960s property. The whole downstairs was remodelled by architect firm A Small Studio. The growing family loved the location but needed more space so they converted the garage. The newly extended space housed the kitchen which is now bathed in light due to the glass roof ceiling light stretching the length of the kitchen. The clients reused their existing kitchen cupboards and updated them with new faces, but now with a larger space, they wanted to add more storage and an island.
We worked closely with the client to achieve exactly what they had hoped for. We designed a large double larder and fridge unit. The larder has extensive storage, housing a tea / coffee and toaster station. As well as food storage and spices. All drawers without hardware have a push tip open and closed system.
The Island measures 3 meters and houses double ovens, six sets of drawers, two cupboards and enough space to comfortably sit at the breakfast bar. The whole island was topped with a 5mm thick stainless steel work-surface.
The steel frame powder coated in RAL 9005, was slightly chunky and the faces of the units were made from oak veneer birch ply which has been stained with smoked ebony. Giving the wood warmth and allowing the grain to show through.
It was a pleasure working with both clients and architects to achieve a really beautiful space that reflected the client's personality and style.