423 Contemporary Kitchen Design Ideas
LMK INTERIOR DESIGN
Scott Zimmerman, Modern kitchen with walnut cabinets and quartz counter top.
Wheeler Kearns Architects
construction - goldberg general contracting, inc. interiors - sherry koppel design photography - Steve hall / hedrich blessing
The design challenge for this loft located in a manufacturing building dating to the late 19th Century was to update it with a more contemporary, modern design, renovate the kitchen and bath, and unify the space while respecting the building’s industrial origins. By rethinking existing spaces and contrasting the rough industrial shell of the building with a sleek modernist interior, the Feinmann team fulfilled the unrealized potential of the space. Working closely with the homeowners, sophisticated materials were chosen to complement a sleek design and completely change the way one experiences the space. For safety, selection of of a stainless steel post and handrail with stainless steel cable was installed preserving the open feel of the loft space and created the strong connection between loft and downstairs living space. In the kitchen, other material choices created the desired contemporary look: custom cabinetry that shows off the wood grain, panelized appliances, crisp white Corian countertops and gunmetal ceramic tiles. In the bath, a simple tub with just sheet of glass instead of a shower curtain keeps the small bath feeling as open as possible. Throughout, a concrete micro-topped floor with multi-color undertones reiterates the building’s industrial origins. Sleek horizontal lines add to the clean modern aesthetic. The team’s meticulous attention to detail from start to finish captured the homeowner’s desire for a look worthy of Dwell magazine. Photos by John Horner
Façades laque mate, coloris gris et blanc, avec gorges intégrées du même colori que les façades. plan de travail en granit Zimbabwe (finition cuir) Originalité : les fours sont invisibles grâce aux portes rentrantes.
JADO DEVELOPMENTS & JADO DECOR BUILDER
Client's brief was clean sophisticated lines with minimalistic colour pallet. He requested that the space was designed to look very glamorous but still allowing him to entertaining comfortably. We combined old pieces like a pair of Louis chairs but gave them a modern twist with painting them in a high gloss black with a stripped Black Velvet fabric. As the space was quite small we introduced items and furniture that wood give the room more visual space, like the glass and chrome coffee table and the mirrored obelisks. In the bedrooms we designed a black and white carpet and used mirror panels on the wadrobe to open up what was a small bedroom. The colour on the walls was a white followed by high gloss white on all skirtings, doors. The kitchen wekept minimalistic lines and went with high gloss black which in contrast with the black walls was very striking.
Cuisine en Chêne Chaises de bar KRISTALLIA Lustre SCHWUNG Plan de travail PIERRE BLEUE du HAINAUT
Martha Kerr/MCKD, CMKBD, CR/Neil Kelly Company
Kitchen and laundry area were put together to create the space for the new kitchen. The laundry was moved to the basement so the kitchen could be enlarged. A load bearing wall was removed and a new beam installed to open kitchen to dining and living space for this busy family of five. The entire family loves to cook! Master bath was enlarged by removing the recessed cabinets to create space for a soaking tub. The shower was also enlarged and a new vanity area was created. The new great room that was created includes a new fireplace, shoji screens, and built in furniture.
Remodel of a two-story residence in the heart of South Austin. The entire first floor was opened up and the kitchen enlarged and upgraded to meet the demands of the homeowners who love to cook and entertain. The upstairs master bathroom was also completely renovated and features a large, luxurious walk-in shower. Jennifer Ott Design • http://jenottdesign.com/ Photography by Atelier Wong
Frederic Mauret Architecte
Taylor Smyth Architects
Photo Credit: Kerun Ip
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Prime Five Homes
The Sunset Team
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
Kitchen Design work completed as a team with S.P.A.C.E.S (Interior Designer)
By PMK+designers http://www.facebook.com/PmkDesigners http://fotologue.jp/pmk Designer: Kevin Yang Project Manager: Hsu Wen-Hung Project Name: Lai Residence Location: Kaohsiung City, Taiwan Photography by: Joey Liu This two-story penthouse apartment embodies many of PMK’s ideas about integration between space, architecture, urban living, and spirituality into everyday life. Designed for a young couple with a recent newborn daughter, this residence is centered on a common area on the lower floor that supports a wide range of activities, from cooking and dining, family entertainment and music, as well as coming together as a family by its visually seamless transitions from inside to outside to merge the house into its’ cityscape. The large two-story volume of the living area keeps the second floor connected containing a semi-private master bedroom, walk-in closet and master bath, plus a separate private study. The integrity of the home’s materials was also an important factor in the design—solid woods, concrete, and raw metal were selected because they stand up to day to day needs of a family’s use yet look even better with age. Brick wall surfaces are carefully placed for the display of art and objects, so that these elements are integrated into the architectural fabric of the space.
1 of 2 model homes created for an upscale new home buyer.