The central block made of concrete and anthracite-colored linoleum defines this kitchen. The sink and cooking appliances are built in, pullouts for cooking tools, pots and spices are near the cooking zones, while those for washing up utensils and waste bins are arranged directly next to the sink. The high wall unit houses the integrated appliances, as well as additional storage and a work surface, which can be closed off by two pocket doors. The room-height grab bars made from black steel give the high wall unit an unobtrusive structure; the narrow glass cabinet with back lit rear wall simultaneously offers discreet room lighting. Chestnut was chosen for the interiors and for the solid dining table.
Draft: Wiedemann Werkstätten
Photos: Oliver Jaist, I-Vahrn (BZ)