This kitchen in a brand new home designed by Strachan Group Architects (SGA) gained the TIDA Architect-designed Kitchen Award.
This gorgeous kitchen caught our eye when the home was on a North Shore NZ Home & Backyard tour.
The continuity of the important thing supplies all through the home gave the entire inside a coherence that may be lacking from properties the place the kitchen stands alone.
Designed by Strachan Group Architects (SGA), the coastal home in Castor Bay has a powerful architectural presence. The kitchen itself gained a TIDA Architect-Designed Kitchen Award in 2018.
Undertaking architect Roy Tebbutt says the house’s black horizontal cladding is a design reference to the encircling striated sandstone cliffs, whereas vertical timber parts add heat and distinction.
“This dramatic two-tone exterior is echoed within the kitchen’s sturdy, easy materials palette.”
Hoop pine plywood cabinetry with recessed handles enhances the sculptural look of the kitchen. Related ply wraps the ceiling.The island incorporates a matt black folded metal encompass topped with a bead-blasted stainless-steel bench. Geometric folds within the metallic present legroom for the bar stools.
Even the kitchen desk has an identical timber prime with black legs, and chairs.
This kitchen additionally has a scullery, accessed via a hidden door within the cabinetry. The window and door joinery can also be black.
Related supplies seem in the master bedroom, when the mattress is anchored visually by a freestanding ply wall with built-in nightstands and a walk-in wardrobe behind. More images can be seen on the SGA website.
Black accents seem once more, in switches, bedside lamps and the self-importance prime and splashback within the lavatory.