The challenge of this reform was to turn the kitchen into the heart of the house. The solution? A glass enclosure that fills both the kitchen and the living room with light. Do we see it?
The decision that the kitchen had to be integrated into the living room, was the main cause to make few proposals, such as a fully integrated kitchen with the island as the dining table. But the owner of the house felt safer with an enclosure that could separate the kitchen from the living room.
Glazed, the small breakfast bar made to measure, following the lines and materials of the furniture in the living room and hall, draws attention. In almost all the furniture they have used a saw-cut oak veneer board that gives it a natural air since it is not polished and the cuts are visible. They tend to use few materials and colors so everything looks so pure and clean.
On the bathroom ceramics, on the iron profiles, or the Neolith of the countertop, we will see the same color, even if they different names depending on the material and the manufacturer. The bathroom is the zen space in the apartment. Peace is especially felt in the bedroom, where the interior designer has installed lacquered cabinets that are camouflaged in the wall, as well as the custom bench storage in the window. The shower, separated from the bedroom by a partition with Venetian blind, reminds us that ingenuity can be very decorative, bright, and Zen.
The saw-cut oak from the rest of the house is the material for both the bathroom furniture integrated into the bedroom and the headboard (which serves as a table and support paintings).