kitchen. Published at Monday, June 19th 2017, 02:24:46 AM by Marlina Walter.
It’s not immediately apparent that this space designed by Vincenzo de Cotiis architects is a kitchen. Everything about it is abstract, the design being a celebration of contrasts, forms, colors and tactile details.
The way in which continuity is ensured in the case of the open plan kitchen designed by Austin Design Associates is peculiar and interesting. The kitchen has its own faux ceiling placed in continuation of a wall divider. It extends into the living area thus visually linking these two spaces.
Just because a kitchen looks very simple doesn’t mean it lacks functionality. This particular design, for example, is very clean, featuring white walls, a white ceiling with exposed beams, small square tiles on this particular wall and matching cabinetry. However, the dark wood countertop, wall shelves and frame give this kitchen a graphical design.
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