The respected Melbourne architects give a masterclass in colour, texture and proportion, to deliver a stunning kitchen that feels spacious despite its diminutive footprint.
Cantilever’s latest kitchen created in collaboration with Kett is called EDIT – which spelled backwards reads’ tide’. Taking inspiration from the recurring rhythm of a wave and its visual and emotive qualities, an affinity with the natural world informs the creative process, the colour palette and the kitchen’s engaging materiality.
Inspired by the timber of Australia’s most iconic trees, MiPlank is the latest effort from the Polyflor, who have sustainability at the top of their list.
When Cantilever was invited to co-design the kitchen space in Cosh Living’s new Richmond showroom along with furniture design studio Kett, the vision was clear. As the unquestionable heart of any home, the kitchen is an intuitive household junction all family and friends gravitate towards – and it was the universal and innately familiar appeal of this essential household space the design team set out to encapsulate. The result was EDIT.
Specifiers seeking to avoid the many problems associated with non-compliant or below par drainage systems would do well to plan early and seek out products from quality suppliers like Stormtech.
Located in Surry Hills, Sub-Zero and Wolf’s new studio couples showroom functionality with the warmth that radiates throughout a home kitchen.