Sykora Kitchen, thoughtfully planned, so you don´t have to think of anything
Day and night in perfect symmetry
What you'll notice at first glance in this kitchen is the black and white rhythm. Like a luxurious chess board in which white and dark squares alternate. Or like elegant keys on a concert grand piano. That is exactly the impression the designers and owners wanted to create. A kitchen that never gets old and always manages to surprises you with an imaginative new twist. It is pleasant to spend days and nights here. It is prepared for everything.
It shines above the window
To emphasize the intended effect, we chose a piano gloss finish in alpine white on the door. It is a high-intensity gloss that perfectly reflects the sun rays, so the room is always full of sun and light. We achieved it by vacuum varnishing combined with instant UV curing. By robotic application, we have ensured a uniform, symmetrical design on all surfaces, while also maintaining the same tone and glossiness. The final finish then involved very fine grinding and polishing. The result? Exceptional look and increased resistance to mechanical damage. Long lifespan ensures that the kitchen will look like new for many decades. An investment that will only gain interest over time.
Useful beauty, beauty of use
The dark surfaces of tall cabinets effectively underline the concept of timelessness. Near the side wall, they lighten the kitchen set while giving it a solid framework. We used evermatt black graphite varnish on which you cannot leave fingerprints. This is especially practical on cabinets that are frequently opened. For example, the large food storage cabinet with hidden drawers on the far left. Or the warming drawer for heating plates or pastries, located just below the steam and baking oven. From the right side, the built-in corpus is completed by a monoclimatic refrigerator.
Open to endless possibilities
Below the horizontal window there is a work centre with a smart induction hob with flexi zones and a recessed sink. Which is surrounded on the sides by a Miele dishwasher and built-in freezer. The worktop from matt Silestone technical stone itself was stretched all the way back to the window glass, effectively replacing the unnecessary sill. If there is still not enough space, for example when preparing a birthday menu for the large family, the owners can also use the comfortably located island with additional work surface and plenty of storage space for their gastronomic magic.