Minimal Kitchen

This kitchen and scullery design shows how plenty of benchtops can be created in a kitchen. Not only do you have great workable spaces either side of the hob but also around the large island which one can use on all sides. Extra benches are found the scullery which means several people can use this kitchen at any one time. Another reason why I positioned the scullery to the side of the kitchen is so it can be hidden from the main entertainment areas by simply sliding the cavity sliding door.

To emphasise the striking Calacatta marble splashback I designed a 2.8 metre custom steel rangehood with plenty of LED mood lighting which reflects above and below this combined with the white cylindrical light fittings placed in sets of three above the island benchtop, the irregular white mosaic tiles wrapping around the island are create a backdrop for the sculptural bar stools.