annexed to the living-dining room
The parallel kitchen, the living room and the dining room share an open and translucent area. A great sliding glass door separates the kitchen space when the need arises, at the same time it allows light to pass through into the rest of this unique interior, strengthening their connection. The living room opens into the garden and the horizon with a similar solution. Therefore, when the two glass walls are slid back, the light from the outside floods into the kitchen area and the rest of the house. The atmosphere changes throughout the day, becoming a part of the present.
Elena Sarmiento Díez and Adrián Martín Prieto (AEstudio Arquitectura)
José Luis López de Zubiría
Santos: LINE Silk Black LAH model
Furniture and decoration
Santos: Coffee table and sideboard piece / Kettal: outdoor furniture / Normann Copenhagen: Kitchenware; table vases; cushions
The parallel distribution of the kitchen furniture pieces makes it easier for the natural light to come in, as well as placing everything at a convenient distance while cooking. The column furniture pieces, placed opposite the kitchen worktop, hold ovens, a fridge, a freezer, a plate warmer as well as storage and service areas within a compact and organised space.
Santos kitchen furniture pieces, with their elegant shapes, create a comfortable and interactive space that adapts to the modern lifestyle. The black fronts, with a matt finish that is soft to the touch, add personality to the room.
The integrated lighting solutions are aesthetic, discreet and practical, making the tasks easier and providing additional light to the kitchen space.
The drawer on the top level, made in olive tree wood, is completed with removable and interchangeable accessories to make cleaning and organisation easier.
The space below the oven is used placing three inner drawer levels that slide out completely, with an opening and closure system that is soft and quiet.
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