Open kitchen with central island,
dining table and smoked glass cabinet
Nowadays, the kitchen is no longer a closed room, exclusively used for cooking. It is increasingly common to open the kitchen area to the rest of the home, merging the ambiance and fostering cohabitation relationships. In this case, the kitchen, dining room and reading area are turned into a single space that, even though versatile, still is consistent and homogeneous.
Single-family, two-storey home
Jorge Vales Fernández
Fernando de Bustos
Santos: Kitchen island and columns: FINE Cashmere; cabinet: ALUM-01 NOIR Black Aluminium
Parallel to the kitchen island
Furniture and decoration
Profim: Chic chair 20HW Black / SY15 / Kateha: Allium Salt&Peppar rug size 200x300 cm / Other items: Curved rectangular table made to order in walnut wood, size 250x105x75 cm; ceiling with a tinted pine wood structure; rendered perimeter LED lighting; vintage LED zenithal luminaires
Santos: Modular system with a FINE Walnut Vertical Earth finish / Amura: Uchiwa armchair CM87 Nabuk 5060 metal base Nichel / Brokis: Jack O’Lantern decorative lamp model Small PC1053 Black
Brokis: Muffins Wood lamp model PC849 American Walnut; Muffins Wood lamp model PC850 American Walnut
Kettal: Cala Dining Armchair Wood Legs; Riva Low Club Armchair
The high-end furniture has a clean design that enhances the space’s harmony. The wooden finishes, present in many items, provide aesthetic coherence, creating visual links that favour a natural, fluid and barrier-free transition between both ambiances.
The central item is the great kitchen island with pure and delicate lines, which gives the area a structure thanks to its strategic position, as well as its careful and precise aesthetic. On both sides of the kitchen island, you’ll find the rest of the equipment, completely integrated within the house’s architecture. Opposite, the high-end dining table is ready to receive guests, while the reading area is slightly removed.
The columns are furnished with retractable closure systems. The interior sliding doors completely disappear at the furniture piece’s sides, thus easing visibility and access.
The cabinet, particularly useful to store crockery and decorative objects, has a lighting system placed behind, which can be used as an indirect source of light.
The reading area is prolonged through a modular system that combines a shelf and a sideboard. This composition includes a shelved panel and three suspended drawers.
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