Looking to create a timeless, luxury kitchen that can be used for everyday cooking as well as a stunning hosting space for dinner parties, the client visited Nicholas Anthony Ascot to help them achieve their vision.
SieMatic PURE range
AGA & Gaggenau appliances
Composite marble stone
The property itself was part of the early 20th Century movement of Art-Deco where a pastiche of many different styles, sometimes contradictory, united by a desire to be modern using geometric shapes and patterns. The clients were very keen to keep this theme running throughout the house, but to also have a modern feel.
To achieve this, the kitchen used SieMatic Lotus White Lacquer and SieMatic Graphite Grey Matt Lacquer as a contrasting island centrepiece.
"Contrast was key in this design. Metallic accents from the furniture and lighting worked brilliantly with the marbled veins of the composite stone. The scheme alluded to art-deco in intelligent, modern ways."
Adelise, Nicholas Anthony Ascot
Subtle features, such as the curved ceiling bulkhead over the island hints towards the art-deco styling and mirrors the curve of the stunning period windows. Overall, the juxtaposition between the modern ergonomics of the Gaggenau appliances and traditional, original features of the home allowed this kitchen to become a truly unique creation.