This newly built and functional villa is placed in a sublime location overlooking Øresund. We became involved in the development process at an early stage and was asked to help design the kitchen, bathrooms and wardrobe. The developers wished to create a luxury house where the experience of quality, design and careful choice of materials was evident throughout the rooms of the house.
Kitchen, bathroom and wardrobe – a variation of materials.
Exquisite materials and design match the location of the house and exude international luxury.
The kitchen consists of a large kitchen island in oxidized oak that marks the line between the dining room and the chef’s area. The wall behind the kitchen island is utilized in its entire length. It houses the functional kitchen with cabinets, a refrigerator and various kitchen gadgets such as an integrated espresso machine, ovens and a cooking zone a little out of the ordinary. On the other wall, which helps to frame in the kitchen corner, there is a several meters wide, built-in wine cabinet. The materials used for the kitchen are oxidized oak, the tabletop on the kitchen island is a Pietra Gray marble, while the tabletop and back wall in the kitchenette are burnished steel. A practical material in the functional kitchen, that with the treatment gives the back-wall a nice tone-on-tone effect with the dark oxidized oak.
The bathroom furniture is also made of oxidized oak paired with a tabletop in marble. The dark wood tones provide a nice contrast to the light stone floor and the inflow of light from the large windows. The combination of dark wood and marble can create a some-what bombastic expression. To avoid this, we have designed a wall-mounted solution that enhances the feeling of lightness and elegance in the room. Built-in wardrobes from floor to ceiling have been installed in all bedrooms. The design is the same as in the kitchen and bathrooms, but the material is a natural oak for a lighter look.
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