Interior Design: Caroline Sceales
The owner wanted a light-filled and very practical open-plan kitchen-diner that would function as the centre of their family home. As the owner cooks professionally, she had high expectations for the space.
kaizen developed a kitchen which eliminated everything that might distract from its streamlined aesthetics. Even the doors lie flat, in absolute alignment with the edges of the milky white work surface sitting above the cabinets. The Corian worktops allowed invisible joints and seamless integrated sinks.
Handles have also been abandoned in an effort to avoid superfluous embellishment. A minimalist island presides in the kitchen at the epicentre of the working zone. All appliances were fully integrated to aid the sleek overall look.
Press Coverage: Covered in *Kitchens, Bedrooms & Bathrooms
Photographer: Thomas Haywood