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The glass-walled kitchen acts like a bridge between the main building and the garden. Inside, the island rests on perforated plinths that allow ventilation, while floor-level lighting around it creates a pleasant atmosphere in the evenings. The entire back wall of the kitchen is mirrored, which reflects the garden and gives a sense of depth.
Kitchen design and cabinetry
Paul Archer Design
With the doors open, the kitchen flows effortlessly into the adjoining living zones. Controls on the side of the island operate a clever ventilation mechanism, which opens a vent beneath the workstation, letting fresh air from outside the kitchen into the room.