Loader Monteith Architects
The kitchen at Strone Cottage - a clean, modern space.
Lisa Lodwig Photography
3bd Architects design a contemporary extension in London with an exposed London brick feature wall, linear roof lights, crittall doors, polished concrete floor and Vogue and Sharan designed kitchen.
OpenHaus Kitchens (Sussex, Nr. Horsham)
This expansive Kitchen extension is balanced well against the dining and living spaces, the architecture frames the garden and draws us through the kitchen and to the out doors beyond. The open continuous flow of the room works well for this modern busy family - this continues through into the kitchen space that is well zoned to cope with the demands of the every day and for entertaining. Specification Rational furniture - Tio | silk grey | platinum Island | dining for four Induction cooking Quartz from Silestone | 20mm | White storm Siemens appliance set Amtico floor Blanco sink and tap Photography by Philip Adam Bacon @ OpenHaus Kitchens
JLV Design Ltd
The kitchen is now opened onto the dining room, facilitating the every day life.
Method Studio Architects
David Bleeker Photography
Curtains + Interiors
Photos provided by Alter London
Kitchen Connection of Ascot (KCA)
This contemporary kitchen was designed and installed by KCA as part of a renovation of the garden apartment in a Grade II listed property in New Town, Edinburgh by Barclay Interiors. The project has been shortlisted for an International Design and Architecture award. As space was limited, the kitchen is built along one wall with two large windows to allow natural light to flow into the space. The light colour scheme ensures that the kitchen feels bright and also complements the overall interior design style of the apartment. Open shelving creates practical storage space, whilst creating an area to display objects and accessories that add personality to the kitchen. The polished white Macaubus worktops complement the light colour scheme whilst adding interest and the horizontal veining enhances the feeling of space. As the apartment is a luxury holiday rental, the kitchen had to be easy to maintain and highly durable so handleless, laminate cabinetry was chosen. To maintain the minimalist design, many of the appliances were integrated to hide them away with only the Siemens oven and induction hob on show. The kitchen cleverly conceals a fridge, washing machine and extractor, making this a compact yet highly functional kitchen. Photography by James Balston Photography.