The glazed ‘living kitchen’ was designed by MACE architects as a substantial addition to a late Victorian semi-detached home. Minimalist units are matched to the colour of the aluminium bi-fold door system. Limestone flooring has been used throughout the kitchen and flows seamlessly out onto the patio. The extension is large enough to create distinct living ‘zones’ within the open plan space. The traditional heavy limed oak dining table placed centrally within the walkway from the older area of the property, creates a bridge from the ultra-modern, minimalist kitchen and the lounge area. The glazed facade can be folded back fully to create a cool inside-out space when entertaining and on hot summer days.
Client Hitchen Kitchen
Date 19 Aug 2011
Categories Interior Photography, Commercial Photography
Level finish from interior to exterior patio with minimised bifold door threshold | Interiors Photographer London
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