Mount Eden Kitchen

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This kitchen sits within a 1930's Art Deco house. Furniture played a big part in the establishment of the Art Deco movement, and it had a lot of circular form to it, this coupled with the home's natural curves helped inspire the kitchen design, so I began play around with the idea of curves. This is the reason the SMEG fridge's curves jut out into the room, instead of sitting flush with the cabinetry. This train of thought also inspired the thermo-formed arc of the island, benchtop and overhead unit. 

We purposefully left the bench and overhead units unconnected to the wall so it appears as an unfitted kitchen, like a furniture piece. 

Photography by Kallan MacLeod.

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This kitchen sits within a 1930's Art Deco house. Furniture played a big part in the establishment of the Art Deco movement, and it had a lot of circular form to it, this coupled with the home's natural curves helped inspire the kitchen design, so I began play around with the idea of curves. This is the reason the SMEG fridge's curves jut out into the room, instead of sitting flush with the cabinetry. This train of thought also inspired the thermo-formed arc of the island, benchtop and overhead unit. 

We purposefully left the bench and overhead units unconnected to the wall so it appears as an unfitted kitchen, like a furniture piece. 

Photography by Kallan MacLeod.

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Mount Eden Kitchen

This kitchen sits within a 1930's Art Deco house. Furniture played a big part in the establishment of the Art Deco movement, and it had a lot of circular form to it, this coupled with the home's natural curves helped inspire the kitchen design, so I began play around with the idea of curves. This is the reason the SMEG fridge's curves jut out into the room, instead of sitting flush with the cabinetry. This train of thought also inspired the thermo-formed arc of the island, benchtop and overhead unit. 

We purposefully left the bench and overhead units unconnected to the wall so it appears as an unfitted kitchen, like a furniture piece. 

Photography by Kallan MacLeod.

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