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Seven wood kitchens that provide a special tackle timber

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Wooden has lengthy been used to create kitchens, however, architects and designers are discovering delicate methods to reimagine the fabric within the cooking area. Interiors reporter Natasha Levy selects seven standout examples in our newest Dezeen Lookbook.


Wooden kitchens: The Rye Apartments by Tikari Works

The Rye Apartments, UK, by Tikari Works

Spruce-wood cabinets are inset with delicate grooves characteristic within the kitchens of those flats in south London’s Peckham neighborhood.

The cupboards and the encompassing cross-laminated timber partitions are supposed to lend the properties a comfy, home environment. Additional heat is offered by brass door handles and amber-flecked terrazzo that runs throughout the flooring.

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Wooden kitchens: Ti Clara by Atelier Espaco P2

Ti Clara, Portugal, by Atelier Espaço P2

Atelier Espaço P2 felt {that a} pure materials palette provided “probably the most sincere and true answer” for the overhaul of Ti Clara, a historic dwelling within the Portuguese municipality of Ansião.

The kitchen has subsequently been set inside a wood-lined gabled area of interest. Pale plywood has been used to craft its cupboards, in addition to the triangular extractor hood above the range. The distinction is obtainable by the gray stone countertop, splashback, and ground tiles.

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Wooden kitchens: Southgrove Road by From Works

Southgrove Road, UK, by From Works

{A photograph} of a moss-covered stone impressed the earthy inexperienced hue of this stained plywood kitchen suite, which design studio From Works included right into a Sheffield household dwelling.

“[The photo] sparked dialog about making an attempt to create an area and a cloth palette that referenced Sheffield’s particular place as an earthy regenerating metropolis uniquely linked to the gorgeous surrounding Peak District.”

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Wooden kitchens: Urban Cabin by Francesca Perani

Urban Cabin, Italy, by Francesca Perani

Surfaces all through the kitchen of this 25-square-meter condo in Albino, Italy are coated in oriented strand board (OSB) – a sort of engineered timber made by compressing strands of wooden in several instructions.

Though architect Francesca Perani was extra accustomed to seeing OSB used on constructing websites, she thought its steady sample helped make the micro-sized kitchen seem greater.

“I really like its textural irregularity, random natural composure, and recycled properties,” she added.

Find out more about Urban Cabin 


Wooden kitchens: Powerscroft Road by Daytrip

Powerscroft Road, UK, by Daytrip

Design studio Daytrip did not need the interiors of this London townhouse to appear “over-designed or mass-produced”, so utilized a collection of textured and patterned supplies.

Within the kitchen, grainy Douglas fir wooden has been used to make the cabinetry and the bottom of the central breakfast island. Countertops are pale Evora marble, whereas partitions have been limewashed to go away a “painterly” end.

Find out more about Powerscroft Road 


Wooden kitchens: An Attic for David by MH.AP Studio

An Attic for David, Spain, by MH.AP Studio

The kitchen and all of the storage components of this Barcelona condo are comprised of matte-finish MDF.

Whereas this kind of engineered wooden is usually appreciated for being cost-friendly, MH.AP Studio additionally thought it will create heat, “enveloping” atmosphere inside the house – particularly when mixed with oak parquet flooring.

Find out more about An Attic for David 


Wooden kitchens: Hackney House by Applied Studio

Hackney House, UK, by Applied Studio

A jet-black timber kitchen suite varieties a hanging focus inside this east London dwelling.

“[The clients] wished vivid distinction between the background and have components,” defined Utilized Studio.”We labored with them to introduce pure components to melt this, therefore the seen grain within the joinery.”

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Rachel Ha
Industrial and agricultural product enthusiast. Expert on Vietnam economy. Focus on FTA agreements between Vietnam and other countries.
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