This contemporary architect’s house is occupied by a couple that seeks calm and relaxation within the beautiful design of their own four walls; a wish that is granted by the consistently minimalist architecture of the house and the interior design. The overall urban design is reflected in the details such as ceiling-high doors, wide floorboards and flush skirting.
The area that was originally intended as a storage room next to the kitchen was opened up, converted into a passage way and equipped with ceiling-high tall units. The units form a generous pantry that is large enough to hold the fridge-freezer. The room with the smoked-oak-veneer tall units has tremendous character and is already visible from the entrance.
The bulthaup monoblock in white laminate dominates the center of the kitchen area like an eye-catching sculpture, with the side panels and worktop made from a single mold. The monoblock is supplemented by a line of base units across the entire width of the room underneath the picture-view windows. This kitchen line features a worktop and a water point, which is enhanced on the wall with a glass panel. The compact design of the kitchen was made possible by locating the tall units in the newly created passageway.