This Munich home speaks volumes about the lives of its owners – a couple who opted to move away from the rigidity of conventional fitted kitchens and unite their cooking, eating, and living spaces in a unique and individual way.
The kitchen in this particular apartment reflects the free-thinking nature of its owners. It is a custom-designed collage of bulthaup b2 and b3 items created in various heights and depths and finished in a diverse range of colors and materials. It perfectly combines smooth, seamless surfaces with rugged unit fronts that have a solid wood appearance.
The result is an enthralling juxtaposition of elements that complement and contrast one another: a lounge-cum-kitchen where each individual item is an attraction in itself; and a series of statuesque pieces that slot seamlessly into their surroundings and make the room their own.