Traditionally the kitchen was an isolated and solitary place with one basic function, to prepare meals for family and guests. Today the modern kitchen has become much more with good designers providing clients with an informed appreciation of architecture, art and holistic design.
This kitchen by Crepain Binst is absorbed into the surrounding architecture and helps to define the space with the peninsula presenting a natural border between working and living areas. The designer has also carefully considered that in this open plan space the kitchen will become the backdrop to the client’s home life. The addition of a lighting panel on the peninsula introduces an holistic element to this design bringing it to another level and giving this design a timeless quality that enhances the architecture and the personal space.