The Kitchen on Pinsker |
Shutters rescued from the original apartment were sandblasted and varnished, then set inside this kitchen's fronts. The sharp of eye will notice the decorative wood panels in the Formica fronts, also taken from the shutters.
The Kitchen on Zamenhof | Timeless
Teak plywood doors, varnished, with a Danish feel… A one-of-a-kind kitchen island, spray painted in black: a freestanding oven on one side; a TV on the side facing the living room, with a seating area and drawers.
The Kitchen on Byron Street |
Salty Architects |
We created several glass cabinets with a retro detail – sliding glass doors with a cutout pull, and two fixed windows on the side facing the apartment's front door.
The Apartment in Ramat Gan |
Craft-loving guests from Switzerland
A display cabinet from a pharmacy in the Netherlands, bought at Jaffa's flea market, was transformed into three pieces positioned against the quiet background of this modern kitchen.
The Kitchen in Kfar Sirkin |
A kitchen inspired by the esthetics of the 1950s onwards, with a contemporary interpretation.
Fronts – a combination of black and pink Formica on birch plywood, molding exposed and varnished, massive varnished beech molding, and varnished red ??
Units' inner parts and LEGRABOX drawers by Blum in gray graphic Formica.
Cabinets have sliding glass panels on both sides or mirrored backs. A pull-out pantry.
The Kitchen on Manne |
A half-wall hides the kitchen from those entering the apartment; the refrigerator and pantry fit into the resulting niche.
Doors of cabinets and drawers in light blue, while the frames and open shelves are made of a yellowish birch – a color scheme characterizing the entire apartment
Wall lamps bought in China.
The Kitchen in Bee'ri |
Clean, Black, White, Wood & Iron
In the kitchen, a combination of stained oak veneer (matching the floor's color pattern), and an open unit above the sink with a stainless-steel dish rack built into the wood. Kitchen island's fronts spray painted in white with elegant edge pulls, black kitchen fronts, and an identically stained island worktop.
The Kitchen on Rabi Tanchum |
The choice of using integrated handles for the kitchen's base cabinets as well as green MDF presented a challenge: a curved front with carved handles, and no possibility to glue materials once the door is built. Here we used vacuum forming (usually used when working with composite materials), and used inner keels to make the front's radius as precise as possible – the intersection of the corner worktop, the front of the curved drawer underneath and the cupboard's terrazzo platform left no room for the deviations frequent in laminations works.