Specification and detailing of materials to achieve a minimal aesthetic was key to the architecture of this New York Times featured project. Bulthaup b3 precisely engineered functionality works simply and perfectly. Hand finished forms harmonize with human ergonomics and the surrounding architecture, offering freedom of design down to the finest kitchen detail.
A flint wall of storage houses Miele appliances offering ice on demand & healthy steam cooking. A pocket door pantry allows small appliances to be used in situ then hidden. A generous island encourages coming together all around. Gravel furniture with Neutral Concrete Corian and tactile walnut bar top. A BORA cooktop with integrated extraction, placed to enjoy views of the living space and gardens. A floating coffee area positioned to perfectly serve the kitchen & living spaces with ease.