Mosman Kitchen


The U-shaped layout of the clunky existing kitchen was interrupting the spatial flow between the kitchen and the adjacent informal living spaces. Further, the kitchen design was dated and unsuitable for the changing needs of the client and her family. A new kitchen was to open out into the room, improving access and social interaction, as well as finding creative storage and interior design solutions.


The new design centres around a large essentially square island bench, which is fitted with a breakfast bar and integrated steam oven as well as utensil storage. This allows for freer movement through and around the kitchen, creating opportunities for social interaction and multiple users. The continuation of the timber flooring unifies the spaces, along with the integration of new pendant lighting and a glass shelf cutout alongside the windows. State of the art appliances and fitout have been employed with no detail compromised. Cupboards are streamlined and colourbacked glass splashbacks emphasise the sleek contemporary feel of the space.