Kitchen Extension: Natural Light and Storage
Since it was such a small extension, we carefully considered how the new space would be used and how the circulation would work. To do this, we consulted heavily with our clients to arrange the kitchen so it suited their needs precisely.
Due to the northern orientation, our goal was to open up as much of the space to the backyard as possible. This would maximise the amount of sunlight coming into the rooms in winter, increasing energy efficiency. We calculated the eave depth above these openings so that the rooms would also be shaded in the summertime.
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Operable doors/windows to open up or close down spaces as required – double glazed
Proposed extension seamlessly matches with existing brick 1990’s building
Stone benchtops and tiled floors
The clever features built into both the island bench and the full-height storage on the walls are hidden within seamless timber cabinetry to give a streamlined, contemporary look.
The placement of the breakfast bar allows for comfortable circulation within the kitchen as well as in front of the bench. The bench itself seats five.
Open Plan Kitchen and Dining
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