The emphasis is completely focused on the horizontal bands of ripple Sycamore veneers which are arranged on the doors in the same sequence as they were cut from the tree; presenting a story from that period in the life of the tree.
Taking inspiration from the era of designer architects Mies van der Rohe and Eero Saarinen, this design portrays the simple lines and absence of fussy detail so evident in this period.
To maintain the geometry established by the drawers, the doors feature an inlaid strip of American Black Walnut to replicate the gap between the drawers. The same luxurious timber is also used for the accent features of cornice, light trim and plinth, but also features as the internal timber to the cabinets providing a warm and sumptuous contrast to the exterior finish.
The kitchen also shows the latest innovation in worktop finishes; the “Dekton” material is a sintered stone product employing high temperature manufacturing to give an extremely durable and functional surface that will retain its attractive appearance for many years.