Unusual panorama kitchen with curved walls and views from a backsplash window.
Glamorous, and nearly seamless, this super-white minimalist kitchen nestles up against the skin of a curved high-rise. The shape of the kitchen is unusual and there’s an outstanding view. So instead of creating an inward-looking kitchen, the architects took advantage of the panorama to look out. Since the outer wall curves, so do the cabinets, which are otherwise flush and minimalist — there are no handles or pulls. The most striking thing about this kitchen is the way the view has been incorporated — with windows swapped in for the backsplash. That preserves the view but also provides a double tier of upper cabinets, which have simply been hung over the windows, with a vertical niche at the center point. The kitchen also has a galley set up — meaning fixtures in a single line. The main sink and prep sink are also side by side with the cooktop down the line. A wall oven is installed flush, and at counter height in the side wall. Both the dishwasher (left of the sink) and refrigerator are paneled to keep a seamless withe look. The small, circular island also is unusual and it conceals wedge-shaped storage. The illusion of a white envelope is broken only by the travertine floor, a neutral that grounds the space.
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