This exciting bespoke design was created in collaboration with our client, Interior Design consultant Taylor Smith, who wished to relocate the kitchen to the dining room of this spectacular Grade II Listed home. Our brief was to work with the period features, to design a central kitchen which would appear as if a contemporary art installation, or ‘pod’, had landed in the middle of this beautiful character filled room.
In order to provide a fully functioning kitchen within this centralised design, we installed Fisher and Paykel dishwasher drawers, Hotpoint fridge drawers, three BORA hobs, two BORA extractors and a sink with customized Quooker within one side of the large 4 metre island. On the opposite side, the client’s desire for the appearance of art was created through the use of metallic bronze panels with a patina finish. These materials were especially sourced for this design, and used to front the run of push opening drawers with walnut interiors.
In keeping with the centralised brief, the Miele oven stack was positioned on the middle back wall, surrounded by glass fronted cabinets.
LED lighting has been installed within the cabinets and also beneath the Silestone Quartz worktop, so that the look of the kitchen evolves from daytime through to night. Custom made brass handles complete the design.