Curvaceous kitchen beauty

Curvaceous kitchen beauty
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With a sneaky butlers pantry hidden in the rear wall, this black and white kitchen is sure to make an impact


“Sophisticated, dynamic and alluring, this ultra-modern kitchen is an amazing visual feature in the clients’ open-plan home.


The curved black rear wall complements a recurring design feature found throughout the Brighton property. Integral finger-pulls accentuate the flow to give a sleek handle-free look. Entertaining becomes a theatrical event, with the state-of-the-art cooking station in full view of the dual-level T-shaped island bench and casual dining table.


The curves of the Corian benchtops and pendant lights echo the rear wall, the contrasting white finish delivering visual impact. To create an ergonomically perfect kitchen, each functional element was thoughtfully placed to ensure an efficient cooking environment.

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The rear wall discreetly houses an impressive butler’s pantry — an essential ingredient for a true entertainer’s kitchen. The result is a visually stunning design that combines the best in function and form.”

Designer: Martin Placek for Kitchen Design Studio Australia



Cabinet doors, panels & kickboards Two-pack polyurethane matt black Dulux in Luck and matt white Dulux in Lexicon

Internal hardware Blum TANDEMBOX soft-close full-extension drawer systems

Benchtop Corian Nocturne & Designer White

Handles Routered integral finger-pulls

Floor Polished concrete

Splashback Black toughened mirror

Oven Siemens

Cooktop Siemens induction

Rangehood Qasair

Dishwasher Siemens fully integrated

Sink Corian

Taps KWC



Kitchen Design Studio Australia

154 Moray St, South Melbourne Vic

(03) 8060 3377


Originally from Kitchen Yearbook magazine, Volume 19

Publish at: , last modify at: 24/03/2015

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