London Fields HouseEclectic Kitchen, London

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Bohemian kitchen in London with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, green splashback and metro tiled splashback. —  Houzz
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ggarcia22ggarcia22 wrote:1 July 2015
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    Brian O'Tuama Architects
    6 years ago

    Hello, thanks for the enquiry. The window was constructed by the main contractor to our design. It consists of several elements - structure, exterior cladding, glazing, joinery, each of which were supplied and installed by different subcontractors / suppliers and coordinated by the main contractor. The glazing component was supplied and installed by a company called Cantifix.

  • ggarcia22
    6 years ago
    Thank you so much for your reply!
    I'll contact Cantifix.


jessicakochan1jessicakochan1 wrote:22 September 2014
  • Chris Dodd
    7 years ago
    I too love the tiles, any answer on where to source them?
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    Brian O'Tuama Architects
    6 years ago

    They're from Fired Earth

miriamferrarilynnmiriamferrarilynn wrote:29 February 2016
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    Brian O'Tuama Architects
    5 years ago

    Hello - glad you like the kitchen. The units are actually a light grey laminate.

dip2012dip2012 wrote:10 February 2016

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