House in Highgate CemeteryModern Kitchen, London

Open air kitchen, with sliding rooflight.

Photography: Lyndon Douglas

Design ideas for a medium sized modern galley kitchen/diner in London with an island, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, stainless steel worktops and a built-in sink. —  Houzz
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This photo has 3 questions
densden1010 wrote:9 September 2015
  • Bella Henry

    wheres the kitchen from please?

  • PRO
    Eldridge London
    The kitchen was supplied by Bulthaup.
moodbored wrote:18 February 2016
  • PRO
    Eldridge London

    Fixed glazing by IDE, sliding doors by Fineline Aluminium, Sliding rooflight by Glazing Vision.

Le Studio M wrote:27 January 2016
  • PRO
    Eldridge London

    Hi. The floor tiles are a honed granite. The walls are indeed concrete, as it the ceiling.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Owl Design added this to Illuminating Ways to Boost the Natural Light in Your Home1 June 2016

Open up to the elementsLarge windows and doors that can open up to the sky or garden are a great way to let in daylight and, on warmer days, fresh air, too. This sliding roof light over the kitchen makes the space feel as if it’s part of a courtyard, but simple bifolding doors leading onto the garden are also very effective.

VORBILD Architecture added this to What Can an Architect Do For You?4 April 2016

We think “outside the box”We like to encourage creativity. That “wacky” idea, which at the beginning everyone smiled about, could actually be brilliant, and we’ll be the first to think it through practically.Our ability to look at a house overall, think and preempt how you might use it or, more importantly, how you could make even better use of it, can lead to us suggesting completely different points of view to someone solely looking at one room in isolation.

Anna Tobin added this to 10 Ideas for Glass Extensions23 December 2015

Retract the roofTaking it a step further, the owners of this London home have used the latest technology to allow their glass roof to completely disappear into another section of the ceiling at the touch of a button. This giant skylight can be retracted to create an open-air courtyard garden on the top floor of the house.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

Monica Mora added this to Kitchen8 December 2019

The balcony that is currently connected to the dining room needs to flow seamlessly. Even extending the same wide plank porcelain charcoal grey long plank tiles onto the balcony is actually a MUST. I want them to feel like one massive open concept functional modern living area.

Terence Dove added this to Terence's ideas23 November 2019

Wow....horizontal skylight that is just too big

Pedro Marion added this to My ideas4 October 2019

Like the worktop. Dont like wood or handles

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