Archive for the ‘Kitchen’ Category
Friday, May 23rd, 2014
Article source: i29 interior architects
As living spaces and kitchen islands merge together in most contemporary homes nowadays, i29 designed a kitchen that acts more as a piece of furniture instead of as a kitchen. Our aim was to develop a kitchen system that seems to disappear in space.
The design is reduced to it’s absolute minimum, having a top surface of only a couple of centimeters thickness with all water, cooking and electrical connections included. Large sliding wall panels conceal all kitchen appliances and storage space.
Image Courtesy © i29 interior architects
- Architects: i29 interior architects
- Project: Invisible kitchen
- Location: Paris, France
- Photography: i29 interior architects
- Client: Private
- Floor area: 150 m²
- Cabinet maker: Simon Sintenie
- Materials: stainless steel, MDF panelling
Friday, May 9th, 2014
Article source: Alessandro Isola
The Cut re-configures, it surprises! It recognises the kitchen as a practical yet central space, a place to grab-and-go, a place to congregate and chat, a place to relax and dine. It knows that each of these occasions present themselves daily in our fast modern lives.
Image Courtesy © Alessandro Isola
- Architects: Alessandro Isola
- Project: The Cut (kitchen)
- Software used: MicroStation and Rhino
Tuesday, March 4th, 2014
Article source: Cuisines Steam
This kitchen sits gracefully within a fully renovated home. Every detail in this lovely renovation was carefully planned and meticulously carried through in order to respect the architectural character of the house. The final result is a warm, welcoming and highly functional space with a mix of classic elements, modern lines and delicate textures.
Image Courtesy © Mario Dubreuil
- Architects: Cuisines Steam
- Project: McDougall Kitchen
- Location: Montreal, Canada
- Photography: Mario Dubreuil
- Project manager: Patrizia Giacomini
- Area of project: 220 p2
- Project end date: Summer 2013
Saturday, February 15th, 2014
Article source: Baranowitz Kronenberg Architecture LTD
Topolopompo is a fire kitchen restaurant inspired by the exotic culinary traditions of the East. Its fire is omnipresent not only in every single dish but also physically as a prominent and active participant in space.
Topolopompo alludes to a tribal bonfire seating of old where tales and myths crystallized into indigenous cultural heritage.
Image Courtesy © Amit Geron
- Architects: Baranowitz Kronenberg Architecture LTD
- Project: Topolopompo Fire Kitchen
- Location: Tel Aviv, Israel
- Photography: Amit Geron
- Client: Chef Avi Comforti and Partners
- Opening: October 2012
- Constractor: Moish
- Total sqm: 535
- Floor covering: Hexagonal basalt tiles
- Wall covering: 3D concrete hexagonal tiles by Studio Craft (pattern by BK)
- Ceilings: Acoustical ceiling
- Lighting: Ailon Gavish, Studio Twilight
Sunday, December 22nd, 2013
Article source: Celano Design Studio
Larchmont, NYItalianAmerican Chef Nick Di Bona has partnered with New Yorkbased Celano Design Studio to create his first restaurant, Madison Kitchen.
A native of Westchester, 28 year old Chef Di Bona has already proven himself a creative force in his own right, serving as Executive Chef at the renowned Pratt’s Inn and helping to bring its highest Zagat rating to date. Madison Kitchen will be Di Bona’s first solo restaurant venture, and will feature Di Bona’s personal twist on New American. “I wanted to offer an eclectic mix of good food. Westchester has a lot to offer, Asian markets, Italian grocers.” Inspired by Di Bona’s ItalianAmerican background, his respect for fresh and locally sourced ingredients, and his continuous search for new combinations of food and flavor, Madison Kitchen will bring delicious, inventive cuisine to Larchmont.
Image Courtesy © Celano Design Studio
Friday, November 29th, 2013
Article source: Minosa
To create a clean & modern kitchen one that catered to modern living requirements. The space had to integrate a home office & laundry as well as an everyday eating area at least two. All this within its existing footprint. A challenge in the making!
- Open plan
- Home office & laundry integrated
- Clean and fresh looking – a white kitchen??
- Understated elegance
- Good storage – use of space
- Variable lighting plan – layered lighting including mood
- Stainless Steel benchtops- a must!
Image Courtesy © Minosa
- Architects: Minosa
- Project: Fresh Small Kitchen
- Location: Epping, England
- Software used: Pytha 3D CAD and RadioLAB
Sunday, November 10th, 2013
Article source: Minimal USA
Glass. Water. Light. Color. The Murano Condo, named after the famous Italian island known for its spectacular colored glass, combines these four elements into a fluid design, making it a standout in an area of New York known for its creative edge: Long Island City. Minimal USA is proud to providing its INDEX Kitchens for this spectacular building.
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- Architects: Minimal USA
- Project: Murano Condo – Long Island
- Software used: AutoCAD
Wednesday, June 12th, 2013
Article source: Studio proarch
The project stems from the need to communicate the entire living area, breaking down the physical barriers between vertical entrance, kitchen and living room in order to obtain a more comprehensive in what is the most experienced of the house. The shades parietal contain two unique contrasting colors: white and gray, so as to emphasize the joints and movements of the shares of the soffit of the slab. The kitchen located in the nucleus of the apartment is non-invasive and sassy, but he relates in a balanced manner with the living room and especially with the entry. The entrance takes a strong character to open space given by the glass wall chosen for its quality scenograficitÃ , elegance and visual permeability.
Image Courtesy © Studio proarch
Wednesday, March 13th, 2013
Article source: SieMatic Montreal
SieMatic, the German gold standard in high-end kitchens, is setting up shop in Quebec with the inauguration of new showroom icts in the Montreal region. “Visitors to our showroom will find out about the brand philosophy,” Explains Jean-Martin Lapointe, Sales Manager, Montreal Siematic, “in terms of quality finishes, technical innovation, ergonomics, and the modularity of parts and accessories on display.”
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- Architects: SieMatic Montreal
- Project: SieMatic comes to Quebec
- Location: Quebec, Canada
Thursday, March 7th, 2013
Article source: Ginkgo House Architecture
This project began as a more modest kitchen remodel. But the temptation to bring light deeper into the room and maximize dramatic views could not be denied. Half of the roof is pitched to allow for a clerestory band of windows. Other features include a two-sided ribbon fireplace, a 16′ sliding patio door, and a European style kitchen.
Image Courtesy © Shane Michael Quesinberry
- Architects: Ginkgo House Architecture
- Project: Modern Drama
- Photography: Shane Michael Quesinberry
- Contractor: Another Choice, Inc.
- Interior Designer: Cynthia Paggie, Paggie Design Studio LLC