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Installing appliances galore while maintaining a sleek and simple look was the challenge for this kitchen.
The clients desired a minimalist, white space and
provided a very specific brief to Jason Levin from
The cabinetry was to be designed flush with
the stone bench tops while aluminium strip handles
for base cabinets and drawers were requested to
create a horizontal, linear aesthetic that enhanced
a minimalist design.
The clients also had very specific ideas regarding
appliances and gadgets, intent on creating the "designer
dream kitchen". The kitchen needed to incorporate a
Liebherr fridge, and Miele cooking appliances including
a hot plate, pyrolytic oven, steam oven, built-in co ee
machine and plate warmer.
To further test the minimalist look, Jason incorporated two
Miele dishwashers, a zip tap, two undermounted, square
line sinks, two built-in bin chutes and a flat panel television.
Labelling the project an "extraordinary design challenge",
Jason set about creating a masterpiece by a method of
deduction. The kitchen was defined by three zones, each
having a specific function.
The first zone featured the incredible cooking
gadgetry and was designed symmetrically. The hot plate
was centred in the middle of the back wall, while the two
600mm modules containing the Miele cooking
THE PURE WHITE GLASS SPLASHBACK
under the breakfast bar recess provides a seamless
solid white appearance with a reflective quality.
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