The front of house kitchen is the centrepiece and the transition zone through to all other spaces.
The kitchen is incredible entertaining space with multiple seating zones and storage, progressing through to a contemporary take on the butler’s pantry.
The butler's pantry forms an extension to the kitchen, rather than a space to be hidden behind closed doors.
The island includes subtle curves in the stone benchtop which along with the fluted panels help soften the linear, hard, raw external architecture.
The subtle under bench LED lighting highlights the bronze metal strips connecting the fluted panels, providing depth and movement.
Materials, both robust and functional, have also been chosen for their versatility – Neolith sintered stone, Oak timbers and metal highlights.
The Neolith – Calacatta Gold – features across multiple surfaces including the island countertop, full casement of cooking zone, oven casements and full height splashbacks in the adjoining butlers pantry area.
This sustainable, versatile product has infinite uses as it is heat, stain and scratch resistant, waterproof, easy to clean, and hygienic for food preparation surfaces.
With a thin 12mm profile, the Neolith product allowed us to refine our design details and the elegant profile lines in a way that would not be achievable with a natural stone.