A really striking new Art Deco fitted kitchen, with a very strong graphic look. The look is heavily influenced by Paul Frankl's 'Skyscraper' style, with the stepped shapes of the door panels, units & plinth. However, you can take this look much further if you want & have real fun with it, as shown above with a Skyscraper photograph behind the units. or with the quintessential New York skyline, as shown below. The stepped plinth works really well visually echoing the other shapes. The front of the base units are stepped forward (a breakfront) as this emphasises the stepped shapes in the design. The base unit handles are shown horizontal, picking up the horizontal plinth lines. The tall units have the handles vertical to add to the vertical lines going on.
As these are made bespoke we can do basically any option you want or the size you want. The doors & door panels can be painted, lacquered, wood, veneered, mirror, glass, etc.. The worktop equally can be whatever you want, from wood, granite, marble, Corian, glass, etc.. You could just have a straight front rather than a breakfront. We can also adapt the design anyway you want, and you can also choose any colours or wood, or mix, you want. This idea would adapt well to a galley kitchen plan, or L or U shaped kitchens. As it is made to order any elements can be adapted to whatever you want.
The 4 photos above show some options for the run of units. Above LH shows a wenge & white lacquer kitchen sink run, with undermounted sink.
Above RH shows a hob run in white lacquer; behind the 5 ring hob is a downdraft extractor. These are very neat visually, as the raise for use &
lower to the worktop when not being used, so visually disappear. This is there the breakfront design pays off, as you need deeper worktop
to install these behind a hob.
Bottom LH; the Miami pink lacquer base units, with white wall units, show a typical treatment of a worktop 5 ring hob with a built under oven. Bottom RH shows a pistcaio & white lacquer kitchen with undermounted sink. The center door has a skyscraper design door panel, which has a mirror to emphasise the shape, but this could be lacquered.