One of the ownersof this apartment is a science fiction writer, and wanted a kitchen that harked back to the 60’s and 70’s with elements of Barbarella, the other wanted a kitchen that worked and functioned as a kitchen - but that looked more like an piece of art piece with a bar, but not a breakfast bar!
The entire composition wraps around the space, with full height units curving sinuously into one corner and then flowing around the wall with the bar turning back on itself. The doors are handle-less, and the bar front uses the doors as cladding to give a scalloped detail, to tie in with the bubble tubes that support the eccentric breakfast bar. The bubble tubes have full RGB fibre optics, creating the most amazing effect, combining particularly well with the antique brown granite worktop.
Black Miele appliances that would be as discrete as possiblekeep maintain the sleek Sci Fi theme along with flush fit induction pads! A Quooker boiling tap completes the look. To complete this theatrical kitchenthere is a silver leaf splashback with full RGB colour changing LED to create some really dramatic effects. The flooring is made of poured resin with a stunning lava effect, which really adds to the drama.
Photography -Tony Mitchell Face Studios