Battersea House contemporary-kitchen
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Battersea House Contemporary Kitchen, London

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Contemporary kitchen in London. — Houzz

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taniasilver wrote:
What is the material for the counter?
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Brian O'Tuama Architects

It's a product called Silestone, which is a quartz material. The colour is Bianco Stellar.

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Absolutely lovely

smoss78722 wrote:
I love the lights under the rooflight - where are they from?
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Brian O'Tuama Architects

They're made by a company called Emcolite.

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antonia74 wrote:
could you tell me the dimensions please. Thanks
emily9244 wrote:
Whats the width of the room? - Whats the width of the room?
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Joe Hood wrote:
Great kitchen extension! How wide is the room?

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Jo Simmons added this to Kitchen of the Week: An Edwardian Home With a Bright, Modern Extension
Room at a GlanceWho lives here A professional American woman Location Battersea, south LondonSize Approx 80 sq m; part of a four-bedroom Edwardian terraceArchitect Brian O’Tuama of Brian O’Tuama ArchitectsBrian moved the kitchen to the opposite side of the room, under the glass roof and in line with the glass box. ‘Before, the kitchen had no visual connection with the outside,’ he says. ‘Now, there’s a lovely flow between inside and out, thanks to folding doors and all the glass. Rejigging the space also made room for a spacious dining area and an island.’ Brian designed the kitchen cabinets and the contractor had them made in Hungary. They are MDF, factory-sprayed in a bespoke off-white shade.Table, Unto This Last. Beat Fat White pendant lights (over table), Tom Dixon. Calabash pendant lights (in reading annex), Lightyears.

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Layout. Larder/ Intergrated fridge freezer in corner instead of cupboard?

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