In­te­rior de­sign ARENT & PYKE Ar­chi­tec­ture CSA AR­CHI­TECTS

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Don­rose Build­ing. Low sheen acrylic with hand-painted fin­ish in Du­lux ‘Oo­long’ by The Art of Join­ery. ‘#19110’ white gloss tile with white sanded grout and Car­rara trim from The Art of Tiles. ‘Su­per White’ dolomite by The Art of Join­ery. Sink Abey ‘CR340D’ un­der­mount steel sink from Win­ning Ap­pli­ances. Tap­ware KWC ‘Sin’ pull-out tap in Pol­ished Chrome from Win­ning Ap­pli­ances. Ovens Miele ‘H6461BP’ and ‘H6090B’ from Win­ning Ap­pli­ances. Cook­top Miele ‘KM6367’ flush-mount in­duc­tion from Win­ning Ap­pli­ances. Range­hood Qa­sair ‘UV-800L2’ from Win­ning Ap­pli­ances. Re­frig­er­a­tor/freezer Miele ‘KFNS37432ID’ from Win­ning Ap­pli­ances. Dish­washer Miele ‘G6365SCVIXXL’ from Win­ning Ap­pli­ances. Light­ing E15 ‘Span’ pen­dant light in Black from Liv­ing Edge over kitchen is­land, and Rubn Light­ing ‘Miller’ wall lights in White from Fred In­ter­na­tional over rear bench. Fur­ni­ture Mat­ti­azzi ‘Radice’ stool in Black from HG Fur­ni­ture So­lu­tions. Floor­ing Pol­ished con­crete by Em­pire Floor­ing. Ac­ces­sories Var­i­ous ac­cou­trements from The Bay Tree. For stock­ists see Ad­dress Book.

DE­SIGN­ERS JULI­ETTE ARENT, SARAH-JANE PYKE AND DO­MINIQUE BRAMMAH “We hon­oured the scale of the space and the sense of his­tory in­her­ent in this home by cel­e­brat­ing a sense of nos­tal­gia. Small routed de­tails in the cab­i­net doors, the black­ened bronze han­dles, wired glass of the pantry, and an­gled range­hood box sur­round, are all a con­tem­po­rary nod to tra­di­tional kitchen de­tail­ing. We used a re­strained pal­ette of mid­night blue and fig­ured grey stone against the strong ar­chi­tec­tural back­drop of pol­ished con­crete, white-painted brick, black steel doors and tim­ber trusses.” What lux­ury items did you choose? “The steel-framed pantry cel­e­brates the ul­ti­mately func­tional na­ture of this kitchen. Hand-painted join­ery doors, which bring a tex­ture and sense of depth. The de­tail of the is­land bench stone with its three­layer stepped bull­nose edge. Noth­ing is flimsy; ev­ery­thing is solid, ro­bust and weighty.”


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