It takes a talented team to create a kitchen that holds its own in such a voluminous space as in this new build.
The use of natural plywood as the primary material, anchored by black in a variety of textures has created sleekness and dynamism in this contemporary kitchen.
Plywood with exposed edges is very much on trend, with the natural wood emphasising the lightness and space of the room, reflecting the flooring and exterior cladding.
Gorgeous textures are found in the tiled splashback, and matt surface of the jet-black granite benchtop which features a black anthracite sink.
Additionally, the black and wood hues have been woven together in open shelving spaces, which ties everything together neatly.
Making use of the island bench as shelving space for displaying and storing items for entertaining is a clever touch and adds interest to the space.
This is another large project that continues the kitchens’ contemporary minimalist look throughout the home.
Benchtop: Artisan Stone – Granite Jet Black, Honed
Cabinets: Lacquered Birch Plywood in ‘Natural’ and Polaris Matt Black with exposed edges
Sink: Häfele – Undermount Black Anthracite
Splashback: Mosaic Black Tiles
Electrical: PDL Iconic Sockets & Switches (Black)
Designed by Malcolm Butler