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Linoleum, quarzite and a touch of brass

A balcony project initiated a larger renovation and created the opportunity for an unusually large kitchen space for a Copenhagen apartment. The owners didn’t have a fixed idea of ​​how their new kitchen should look, but one thing was certain – there should be good storage options, and the kitchen should preferably have some edge and color. We explored the possibilities of the space, and from there, it was a process with several sketch proposals before we collectively arrived at the best solution.

Craftsmanship and local production have been key to our decision-making.

The functional part of the kitchen with sink, hob and dishwasher are placed on the left side of the room. In this part of the kitchen, we have also made room for an integrated wine refrigerator – a wish from the husband in the family. The kitchen has no overhead cupboards; instead, the owners chose our NB 31 Shelf with an integrated LED strip that sheds light on the worktop. On the opposite side of the kitchen, we have installed a cabinet wall that consists of an integrated refrigerator as well as a pocket-door cabinet. The latter opens up for a hidden worktop, an ideal solution for extra working space or a possibility to easily store away everyday kitchen appliances such as coffee machine, toaster etc. As an extension to the cabinet wall, we have custom-designed a three-meter wall-mounted wooden bench with upholstery in caramel coloured leather.

When it came to choice of materials, the owners had no doubt – the primary material was to be linoleum. It was indeed the tactile and soft expression of the linoleum, as well as the many colour options, that had inspired them in the first place. The choice fell on a pistachio coloured linoleum. Many would consider this a rather bold choice of colour for a kitchen. But pistachio is a sufficiently calm and balanced colour to look at for years without getting tired of it. For the worktop, the family chose a bluish-green quartzite that matches well with the pistachio linoleum. The floor is kept in a dark warm brown stain, adding gravity to the light white walls and the bright pistachio. The result is a finely balanced space in terms of both materials and colours. As a final feature, the kitchen has been fitted with our brass kitchen pulls. Thanks to their sleek and sharp design, these cabinet and drawer pulls nicely echo the sculptural lines of the kitchen design.

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