This house certainly doesn’t hide itself away. Upon approach, you find yourself suddenly on a spacious plateau. The upper stories sit above the entrance, and behind them, the property’s inner secrets are revealed: the house’s five floors merge into one another, everything looks open and clear, and a floating staircase is the connecting constant.
At the heart of the owner’s home is the kitchen. The kitchen continues the transparency of the overall room design used in the rest of the house. With their open, rectilinear character, the bulthaup b3 elements blend in perfectly with the transparent style of living. Two white monoliths, with accentuating vertical and horizontal lines, serve as central kitchen blocks. The refrigerator and appliance cabinets sit discreetly in a floating tall unit. The kitchen, with its extensive layout and balcony, is a room that allows the harmony of light and space to be enjoyed to its fullest. The front and side panels of the kitchen islands and the tall units are finished in Alpine white lacquer. For the worktops, a precisely color coordinated, 1 cm-thick bulthaup synthetic stone in polished quartz was used. The two water points are stainless steel, each with a basin and a draining surface.