Living kitchen with red bar
What an eye-catcher the inviting red bar with the exquisite drinks is. Sensual, modern, cozy – it is certainly even more beautiful in company by the fire and while cooking. This subtly dark kitchen emerged through the redesign of the 1960s house and was partially integrated into the living space. The adjoining back kitchen was once the original kitchen. The homeowners’ desire to bring more light into the room was fulfilled with the installation of the window framed with shell limestone. The countertop runs seamlessly to the window, providing a beautiful, continuous, and very bright workspace.
Shell limestone and the fronts of the kitchen island are made of forged black steel. The fronts of the back kitchen are easy to care for, made of anodized aluminum, as well as the countertop, which is made of solid stainless steel.
Architecture in the kitchen
Following the floor-to-ceiling fronts with access to the back kitchen, a stove was integrated as a room divider.
The best kitchen appliances: BORA Professional 3.0 and electrical appliances from V-Zug.
The worktop made of shell limestone is also found in the work surface and the window frame.
for a family home in Munich, Germany
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