The client agreed with my recommendation for the use of large, light flooring tiles and gloss white kitchen units to reflect the light from all angles.
They loved what I had done with my house and then asked me to do a slightly different version for them to incorporate a breakfast bar and extra tall storage. So I took the clients through the planning application, party wall agreements and building regulations before taking out the side the wall and rear patio doors. I replaced the patio doors with large, tall bi-fold doors and added four extra side windows for light and then designed the kitchen to incorporate a large island with stone top incorporating the dishwasher, washing machine and ceramic hob with a pop-up extractor fan.
The back wall encased a huge amount of storage space befitting of a family house with “floating ovens” centred to forma geometric balance which is synonymous with the logo of my brand. Clean lines and geometry.
That’s where the Scandinavian side of my upbringing comes through. Everything is multi-purpose, everything is multifunctional. Alot of the furniture pieces that I’ve designed over the years have been exactly that, which is very important to me.