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Friday, 8 October 2010

Kitchen Eddy

This design clearly demonstrates how a simple L-shaped room can be manipulated into a socially functional space.  

The breakfast bar area is cleverly stepped back from the returning wall to create a "social eddy", complete with worktop overhang and book shelf for informal eating and conversation.  There is a clear boundary between the working and social elements of this kitchen but it is designed with human interaction in mind. 

The use of colour and materials in this kitchen is fantastic, creating a crisp visual contrast that helps to emphasise the clean linear nature of this design.  Add the tall units which run to the ceiling and clever corner storage and this design becomes super cool.

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