This home was built based on a Schiffini Italian Design, it was considered to be cutting edge 20 years ago, by today’s standards it is still spectacular. The kitchen needed updating and a modern kitchen was what they were after.
This is a German Kitchen and has a unique sliding door system which when closed keeps the cooking appliances out of sight reinforcing the clean straight lines. Blackberry glass door fronts contrast with the crystal white handless door fronts. The back wall units are “floating” and are framed by a stud wall overhang with neon lighting. Ultra low profile corian worktops have been employed throughout.
A special extraction system was created that looked like the wall units on either side and blends in beautifully. There are no visable electrical sockets and the Quooker hot water tap makes kettles a thing of the past. This kitchen is timeless and bespoke pieces of contemporary design that not only looks incredible, but conceals a myraid of hidden features.