This designer kitchen is situated in Samford, Queensland, Australia, and was designed by Kim Duffin of Sublime Architectural Interiors.
The kitchen is vivid and spacious, open to the adjacent terrace, allowing for flexibility of use and enjoyment.
Designer Kitchen in Samford by Kim Duffin of Sublime Architectural Interiors:
“Capturing the see of the valley, surrounding bush and all-natural light were the major priorities for the owners of this house. With the kitchen being a single of the key spaces, the use and positioning of glass was made the decision early in the task to act as the canvass to bring the outside in.
The property is located in a rural hamlet that is still effectively connected to the city. The clientele are all-natural property bodies that motivate their loved ones and close friends to go to frequently. However, day to day they are a modest family members of 3 or 4 so the area essential to provide the practicalities of breakfast, lunch and dinner while possessing the sophistication to be the entertainer’s kitchen on weekends.
It was made the decision swiftly to use a fixed window as the splashback in the rear wall to showcase the all-natural factors and to catch the morning sun. The flyover, housing the rangehoods, then frames the view while offering a seamless connection and focal level for the area. The fixed glass continues over the side by side midway appliances so that the kitchen consumer or their guest can continue to remain linked to the stunning flora and fauna exhibited outside the residence.
A straightforward colour scheme of “Quasar White” Staron was picked for all surfaces to make sure the area remained timeless and would not compete with the featured surrounds. Textured wood grain laminate in “Blacken Ash” was used to highlight and frame the views. The simplicity keeps the elements of the kitchen, the 2 within and out, linked and seamless.
This connection stays sturdy with the use of the aluminum channelling all through the cabinets and on the door panels. This channel offers a sturdy linear line that draws the eye in and about the kitchen and out to the cabinets on the deck.
Aluminium framed glass sliding doors have been utilised to among the kitchen and appliance pantry and breakfast hub. The aluminium frame was picked to connect with the aluminium channelling used throughout the kitchen and the glass was used to reflect the light inside the area.
There are numerous zones inside of this space. The workflows happen between the back sink, the principal fridge and cooktop and the 2nd is between the front sink, cooktop and the smaller sized fridge. The other zones inside of this area are the committed breakfast hub, appliance pantry, and outside cooking, planning and clean up zone. The customers needed to enable several end users in the area and this has been simply produced with the multiple perform flows and mini process driven zones. The sous chef, cook and server constantly remains connected to their guests and the adjoining residing spaces.
For effortless access to utensils, cutlery, plates and other kitchen item Blum black Intivo soft close drawers with glass drawer sides and Aventos lift method doors to cupboards above appliances, were employed during the room. This characteristic brings the kitchen to the user and aids maximise room and increases the total ergonomics of the kitchen.
One of the essential characteristics of this kitchen is the use of sound surface. Different thickness of this item have been used. 12 mm (.47in) thick Staron in “Quasar White” have been utilized on the drawer fronts and doors then mitred 80mm (3.14in) thick for the front island. The sound surface is mitred 40mm (one.57in) thick on the back segment benchtop which also houses a completely integrated sound surface sink. This surface continues out to the outside kitchen and table. So after the bi-fold doors are open, table gets to be an extension of the island which again blurs the line between inside and out. When separated, the table generates a far more informal, day to day, dining encounter.
The appliances have been positioned strategically throughout the area to minimise the distance travelled by the consumer and for comfort and flow. The Smeg Induction cooktop and matching circular Island rangehoods have centre spot on the back wall of the kitchen. The place of the cooktop was selected to maximise the area and give the consumer with a see of the surrounding bush setting. The Smeg cooking appliances have been “banked” together to help retain and inspire the total Linear really feel and flow of the area. Integrated fridges have been positioned just within the rear bi-fold doors. These have been strategically placed to be of use each inside and out. Once more enhancing the consumers require for the blur between spaces.
Lighting has been utilized extensively throughout the indoor/outdoor area giving it a luminescent appeal. It all starts with the LED lights operating above the laminate flyover, followed by LED downlights housed under the flyover supplying job lighting for the user. The LED lights then proceed, accenting the underside of the island bench. LED lights are also employed to produce enough task lighting in the appliance pantry and breakfast hub. Glass pendants are utilised above the island bench to create satisfactory lighting for all duties performed in this area.
Pondering outside the box is the hallmark of contemporary interior architecture, and it is really clearly reflected in the design and style of this new area. In this kitchen, meal planning is a lot much more of a specific occasion with guests and hosts enjoying the social interaction and its beautiful backdrop. So, regardless of whether the clientele are serving a family lunch, or internet hosting a grand party, this kitchen is prepared for any occasion.”
Images courtesy of Sublime Architectural Interiors