Bespoke Lutyens Kitchen, Surrey, EnglandModern Kitchen, Surrey

The design for this bespoke kitchen was inspired by the kitchen in Castle Drogo, designed by the architect Edwin Lutyens. Artichoke was involved in the design of the kitchen aswell as the interior architectural detailing of the chimney corbels and inset dish above the Aga (both details taken from other Lutyens buildings). The stone on the two islands is 30mm thick although 20mm was set into the furniture to ensure visitors are not presented with a wall of stone on entering the room. The top cabinets were inset into the wall and lacquered to colour-match the interior design, hiding them from view.

Primary materials: Pigmented lacquer, French walnut, Italian basalt and Portland stone.

Inspiration for a large modern l-shaped open plan kitchen in Surrey with medium wood cabinets, granite worktops and multiple islands. —  Houzz
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