Kitchen / January 30, 2018 / Clara Mcclelland.
As we mentioned the Deep-blue will be a hot trend and in this composition by Fala Atelier the Portuguese architecture studio it is cool how they had transformed an old house in Porto into contemporary and trendy home – with a strong colorful presence of the kitchen cabinetry and appliances in characteristic color.
A great way to incorporate rustic elements into your new kitchen is by installing a deep, industrial sink. It works both as a stylistic component and as a truly functional workhorse. This kind of deep sink will fill a soup pot effortlessly, wash your roasting pan with ease, and just make clean-up so much more comfortable. Don’t forget the faucet. Choose a high faucet with a pull-down sprayer so you can reach those hard-to-reach spots for clean up. And think of how great this kind of sink will look in your new industrial modern rustic kitchen.
Woven coppiced-beech panels – a typical Cox touch, are used on the backs of some of the cabinets small design elements like drawers and sink unit are adorned with round copper-lined holes for opening, while the cupboards have little wooden knobs made from matching wood. Combining dynamics and expressive materials palette: copper, wood, marble, and glass; the designers entwined the rustic charm of a cottage with the high functionality requirements of modern life.
Minimalist and innovative the b2 is inspired by the golden rule of craftsmanship: “Tools and materials must always be kept tidy and close at hand.” Viewing the kitchen premise as an experimental factory the functional organization principal of the design reduces the kitchen to three sculptural elements: The kitchen tool cabinet, the workbench, and the kitchen appliance cabinet. The flexibility, elegant silhouette and innovative charm of these features mean that bulthaup b2 can also adapt to new spatial circumstances and multiple design variations.