Punto sherwood chocolate, grey linen Calma yellow gloss
Information on the arrangement:
The kitchen deriving from three trends: upcycling which is the art of converting the unnecessary or unused objects by transforming them into something valuable and functional, individualism which is always an important catalytic factor in the creation of new products and arranging interiors, and industrial heritage where the industrial character of the architecture based on time-worn and the raw surface structures is mixed with modern materials and processing methods.
The design of furniture itself is based on three décors. Large areas of the sliding cupboard as well as the medium cabinets are made of dark chocolate wood. The kitchen island constitutes a monolith made in grey linen relating to the style popular in the 1970s. The colour accents are yellow fronts under the television set and within the wall cabinet. The tabletop is based on a very interesting and fashionable design of a rural pine and its glass leg gives it a sense of lightness. The furniture is complemented by worn-type industrial handles, and the cooker hood over the island, made of raw, rusty steel has been contrasted with modern appliances of the highest class.
From the functional point of view, the kitchen features a large island which is the centre of cooking activities and medium cabinets where the compact appliances have been enclosed. Over the medium cabinets, there is a wall cabinet with modern a sliding system. The fitting is supplemented by a large cupboard with sliding fronts.
Design: Bartosz Burnat & Krzysztof Wichłacz
B&K in Inowrocław