Clients regularly ask designers for a wow-factor kitchen and I think, for this particular project, Roundhouse achieved just that
The most striking feature of this kitchen is the beautifully textured Patagonia natural quartzite worktop. Roundhouse specifically designed an internal lighting system to create a striking glow within the natural stone – a lovely touch when this kitchen is used for entertaining. The worktop is paired with Roundhouse Urbo and Metro cabinetry in matt lacquer, Farrow & Ball Pitch Black.
A key part of the design brief was for the architecture of the house to be reflected within the kitchen design. Taking this on board, the triangular skylights in the kitchen have been incorporated into the design with a bespoke brass triangle sink, brass detailing on the undercounter cabinetry and an angular pendant light. The triangle motif is also repeated in the wooden racks of the downstairs wine store.
Mixed metals seem to work here, with the stainless steel finish of the built in Sub Zero and Wolf appliances and silvered antique mirrored splash back, sitting alongside a brass boiling water tap and antique brass plinth.
The interior designer for this project was Zoe Murphy at Stealth Design with lighting by Marcus Steffen from MS Lighting Design
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