Earth, Water, Air and Luxury


“Premium appointments and fine craftsmanship begin in this kitchen’s core and extend into its details, as basic elements of stone, water and light combine with grandiose results. An uncompromising achromatic colour scheme is justified spectacularly by robust materials and superior fittings, polished to reflect the abundant natural light flowing through the split-level open-plan layout and reflecting off the pool. This unique renovation extends the charcoal veined Quantum Statuario Quartz of the statuesque island bench into a generous and gregarious kitchen dining solution. Quality stone serves as the space’s boldest foundation, and the quartz is accompanied by a New York marble splashback and polished concrete flooring. Routed handles make for understated practicality, while a Whisper White gloss finish to all cabinets, drawers and kickboards ensures this kitchen’s strength is balanced with delicacy. And the same can be said of its gadgets. A trio of Miele’s finest ovens — including plate warmer — are in good company, partnered with a five-burner cooktop, integrated refrigerator and built-in dishwasher, all by Miele.”
Designer: Fred Tabet for Wonderful Kitchens

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Originally in Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly Issue 24 Volume 3

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