Interior design ARENT & PYKE Architecture CSA ARCHITECTS
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.”