Making a name for itself within the design sphere as a creator of durable contemporary kitchens, Cantilever only looks for the best appliances with sustainability in mind when looking to apply the final touches to its projects.
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.
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.
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As with all Cantilever products, quality and style are paramount, however with the addition of SoftTouch Black to the K3 Kitchen System range the design bar has just been raised sky high.
Human-centred design is at the heart of everything Cantilever does. So much so that the grass-roots kitchen designer and manufacturer has developed a reputation for design integrity that precedes it.
The multi-residential building game has long been a developer-driven one. One where the notion of a building as a commodity reigns supreme, and design-thinking, sustainability and end-user needs are more like an afterthought than guiding principles.