Oak and Basaltina kitchen
This Oak and Basaltina kitchen is a piece of architectural furniture designed to complement the adjacent living space. The appliances are concealed behind elegant doors. Handles are minimal slots, and the proportions of the units create a rhythm of vertical lines, which match the vertical lines of the selected quarter-cut oak veneer.
The counter upstand accommodates storage, as does the rear of the island unit. A concealed steel frame allows the stone counter to cantilever towards the window, creating a seating area that is an extension of the long counter.
Joinery: William Garvey
Photography: Richard Bryant