This robust design was conceived to work subtly yet solidly within its double height architecture, contrasting pastoral views with a modern, minimal kitchen. A large central island unit anchors the light-filled L-shaped, space with a pleasing symmetry, offering a sociable focal point within the design.
All the finest in terms of materials and finishes are intended to work in tune with the soaring oak panelling that makes for a striking feature wall. The cabinets are finished in a pale matt lacquer grey with complementing darker grey quartz worktops. Cooking equipment is built in at ergonomic heights in wall units which also house a generous hob and sleek glass splashbacks. The handless scheme enhances the sense of uncluttered linearity and an impressive sense of space.