Combining oak with admitted knots will magically transform any kitchen into an original piece that will never get old. Colorful and functional connection of natural and white tones which is a joy to look at. Every item here has its place, we thought of even the smallest details to avoid disrupting the overall composition, where the main motto is cleanliness, harmony and unison of the interior and nature which is, thanks to all-glass walls, an integral part of the house. Sharp edges of this kitchen highlight curved chair backs from designer Hans J. Wegner, made for the Carl Hansen & Søn company. They were designed in 1949, inspired by Chinese Ming dynasty chairs. The cooker hood built into the ceiling required a niche to hide inlets and it joins the cupboard section which puts the crown on this beauty obscured with warm woody oak tones.
Distribution of individual zones in the kitchen is designed in a way, that all activities like storing items, washing, preparations and cooking, are logically following each other without any unnecessary steps. At times when classic rooms are being interconnected and transformed into stylish units, are even the kitchens facing extraordinary challenges and have to be fine-tuned to the last detail.