This kitchen project was part of the overall renovation of the building. The modern and clear interior finish complements the classic basement construction of the 1970s with generous window fronts and straightforward architecture.
The rectangular kitchen floor plan gives place to two parallel kitchen units. Two integrated tall cabinets contain the oven and the fridge. All other drawers provide enough storage space and make additional wall cabinets unnecessary.Individual concepts such as a flush waste bin in one of the upper drawers, which immediately removes cut-off scrapings from the worktop, as well as a sloping shelf for the ever-present apple juice were implemented in this project.
One of the two work surfaces has a length of almost 4 meters. Despite this excess length, it was possible to produce a one-piece, seamless surface. The kitchen fronts are covered with a continuous oak veneer and clear/ matt lacquered. Instead of a recessed grip, subtle, black furniture handles were used in this kitchen. The light gray worktops are made of durable Fenix material. The sink, as well as the induction hob have then been flush-mounted. The overall concept is rounded off by a shelf in excess length, that almost seems to float without visible bracings.
Photography: Thomas Wiuf Schwartz