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An angled, oxide red concrete island delineates this kitchen from the more formal dining area and acts as a cutting and prepping area, or as a buffet servery. The second island houses the cooking zone and has a 7.6cm thick, bullnosed concrete benchtop that cantilevers over the cabinetry on the back side.

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Story by: Trendsideas

Photography by: Matthew Millman

17 Feb, 2019

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