Sirius Cove Kitchen


The existing galley kitchen in this lofty modern house had been designed as a hidden service space for formal entertaining, as opposed to a practical, social kitchen for family life. The clients wanted to open up the space to the rest of the open plan living area, allowing for interaction and visual connections.


Most of the wall separating the kitchen from the main open plan living space was removed to create interaction between the spaces and allow a breakfast bar as well as additional storage along this axis. The cabinetry fitout was designed to emphasise the flow through the space, while colourbacked glass creates a connection between the interior of the kitchen and the breakfast bar addressing the living space. Other interior design features, including a new fireplace, light fittings and glass sliding door, completed the overall project which revitalised the space