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Roundhouse Wilbur project by Oli Moss

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Roundhouse Wilbur project by Oli Moss

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In a former bacon factory, the industrial environs of this former commercial property provided the template for this design. Roundhouse collaborated closely with the interior designers (who were working on the whole house project) to ensure that the bespoke kitchen integrated seamlessly into the overall design, which occupies a large open plan space.

Roundhouse paid meticulous attention to detail to create a beautiful yet supremely functional kitchen, which met the needs of the client, a serious cook who wanted lots of preparation space and an informal place to gather, where the cook is front and centre, rather than tucked away. A carefully chosen combination of special materials echo the heritage of the building and the wider interior design; stained black vertical grain Rough Sawn Oak, stainless steel and Neolith Iron Corten Satin on the expansive island. Recessed handles keep cabinetry contemporary and discreet.

Paying further homage to the building’s history, working with extraction fabricators, Roundhouse designed bespoke stainless-steel industrial-influenced extraction, suspended from the ceiling, which, together with the large island, is the focal point of the kitchen. In complete contrast a luxury element was introduced via a Calacatta Viola marble worktop and splash back. A heavy-duty stainless-steel frame housing was specially made for the industrial scale Sub Zero Fridge freezer to integrate it effortlessly into the scheme. In the adjacent former industrial lift, the original folding doors and old head gear were retained and the space utilised for a hand painted bespoke walk-in larder.

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